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Of Fairies and Frozen Dragons

Nothing like beating the 50C heat with some time in an ice-cafe ^^

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Sending artsy ice!

Earlier this week, I mentioned I went to a lotus pond nearby. I said I would tell you why I went in another post… well, here is one of the reasons: 475 more words

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Adventures in Fairbanks and the North Pole

Did you know that there is an actual North Pole? Well, there is and it is located in Alaska. For spring break I got to go visit my beautiful preggo cousin, Star, and her husband, Russell. 622 more words

Eider Duck's Winter Activities

Eider Duck, our cousin, lives near Fairbanks, in the town of North Pole, Alaska.   During the winter there is an international ice sculpting contest in Fairbanks.   108 more words

A Residual Winter Breath (2)

There was a small taste of spring here before winter came back to to say its goodbyes. The cold and strong winds of a few days ago have fashioned some icy sculptures along the river’s edge and on this quiet morning a thin layer of fresh ice was singing and straining under the stirring of a waking river. 56 more words

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Ice shoes and outfits in the cold desert

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In March, a big event is the BP Ice Alaska Classics. No, it is not a hockey game competition sponsored by British Petrol despite BP is one of several sponsors. 837 more words

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Iceland Day 4 - Icebergs, Rugged Eastern Fjords

Jokulsarlon is a glacier fed lagoon that has the unique feature of the glacier carving creating a lagoon filled with icebergs that run through a 100m passage to the nearby sea interspersed by a handful of playful seals who call this place home. 426 more words

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