Along the side of Seward Highway. A little futher down than where I took the picture of the ram in my avatar.
Saturday, December 18, 2010 @4:35:32 AM
Sweeeeet, Tony! You guys ice climb? I love the colors in ice. This one's got some duck's egg green in it, but some get saphire blue, and I've seen some yellow and reddish.
Saturday, December 18, 2010 @9:03:02 AM
Most all of our glacier fed tributaries are emerald green in color, from the silt content. Odd thing is the beautiful shade of blue you see in the frozen glaciers. I don't ice climb, but I did take a few photos of folks climbing (I'll post one) - just a ways down from where this was taken. You can't go in any direction up here and not see post card vistas everywhere you turn almost the whole distance of travel. We love living here.
Saturday, December 18, 2010 @9:39:39 AM
This looks amazing. Sometimes I find myself taking where I live, and what I get to see, for granted. Sounds like you guys are still really appreciating where you are, which is such a good way to live.
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