November 30 2007 Alaska Newsletter
One of the things I enjoy about Alaska in winter is the long slow hours of dawn and dusk, when the soft light paints the horizon in pastels. The daylight hours may be short (we have sunrise about 9:30 and sunset about 3:30 right now), but these glowing hours on either end are beautiful, as are the stars glittering in the cold night air.
If you’ve read my bio, you know I have a small recreational dog team. One of my first dogs died this fall, and I’ve written a short memorial article this week.
An Honest Dog
With the Christmas season approaching, you may want to read about Santa’s home in Alaska.
North Pole, Alaska
Up next will be an article about reindeer and a book review of Correcting the Landscape by Marjorie Kowalski Cole.
Please stop by for a visit or drop me a note any time.
Kimi Ross, Alaska Editor
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