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ARCTIC SEA ICE ---Tundra Wonder, Methane Blunder---

Sometimes, as my mind’s eye wanders over the Arctic Ocean, I am drawn ashore to contemplate wonders of the Tundra. I try to avoid politics, as the wonders are more wonderful when simply appreciated in the light of Truth, but Climate Alarmism is a sort of whirlpool that sucks you in, even when it is basically a comical shtick. 1,418 more words

Arctic Sea Ice

Denali Part Two

OK, I’m back! Actually, this has been good for me. I’ve been on the fence about switching to a self-hosted blog for a while and may finally be ready to pull the trigger. 453 more words

Photography

Bush Flight to Lake Diana

On Saturday August 8th Tundra Tom (along with Girly, our mascot of a Siberian Husky mix, her primary job was to alert us

to bears) picked us up at 2:45 PM to take us to the float plane dock a few miles away (click on photos to display on full screen). 1,210 more words

Environment

Swan Songs

“Yet the Lord will command his lovingkindness in the day time, and in the night his song shall be with me, and my prayer unto the God of my life.” 61 more words

Cartoons

Ice and everything nice

The Arctic.

A huge slab of white (albeit shrinking in size) on the globe which remains relatively unexplored, undisturbed, untainted. Images of the landscape in the Arctic never fails to awe, and it is by far one of Nature’s best creations. 288 more words

Rides Like A Truck....I Don't Think So

Everyone has heard the saying, “it rides like a truck”. The saying is synonymous with thoughts of being rattled up and down in your seat until you become nauseous and fear of producing hip dysplasia from the experience. 498 more words

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