Fairbanks, Alaska got its first official snow of the season on Friday, September 29, 2017. But it’s still relatively warm up there, and it didn’t last long.
Then there was the time I followed four bears down the road in Alaska.
A few more September colors from Talkeetna, Alaska
Around this date ten years ago I left the little cabin in Talkeetna, Alaska, and started the long drive back to the Lower 48.
Denali, as seen from the rivers in Talkeetna, Alaska, in September, 2007.
To fish in Alaska, you have to really want it.
A black bear walked into the Breeze Inn in Seward, Alaska, but was encouraged to leave.
Enjoyed Cowboys & Aliens at Wasilla’s fancy new stadium seating movie theater. How strange to walk out of a theater and into a valley of fireweed surrounded by misty mountains.
(A Facebook post from Wasilla, Alaska, August 9, 2011.)
After 84 days, the Sun finally set in Barrow, Alaska (now known as Utqiaġvik) on August 2, 2017.
(Image from this Twitter page.)
Photos of mom and cub polar bears. I hoped O’Reilly would use these for the cover of the Scala Cookbook — because of the whole “scalable” thing, and to help raise awareness about climate change — but whoever puts images on their book covers had something else in mind.