Monthly Archives: January 2012

Prolonged Cold

I know, I said I wouldn’t write any more about the weather unless it changed. I lied. This weather is so extreme, and so unusual, that I feel like I have to acknowledge it. Today’s newspaper stated that the average … Continue reading

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New Experiences (and Greek Yogurt)

I can’t seem to focus on writing about just one topic, so here’s another post of miscellaneous updates. The weather hasn’t changed at all, we’re still having negative and single-digit temps. Combined with the dry air it’s shocking. Literally. We … Continue reading

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Winter Wonderland

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This and That

Yes, it’s still bitter cold and there’s more snow outside than I’ve seen in my entire life, but enough about the weather. When it changes, I’ll write about it. For now, here’s a summary of what we’ve been up to … Continue reading

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It’s Official, We’ve Got a Ton of Snow

According to this article in today’s Anchorage Daily News, we’re on track to have the snowiest winter ever in Anchorage. We’ve already set the record for this point in the winter, at over 88 inches of snow. We don’t have … Continue reading

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First Year in Alaska

Today marks an important milestone – our first year in Alaska. I can’t believe it’s been an entire year, but it’s true. January 9, 2009, the kids and I arrived in Anchorage (Mark joined us about six weeks later). It … Continue reading

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Snow (Mis)Adventures

Our first Alaskan winter (that we have experienced from start to finish), has been unusually harsh so far. That’s what I hear, anyway. That it’s not normal to have this much snow, and to be this cold. Yesterday we got … Continue reading

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