It seems that the snowy winter has finally come to Alaska. And now we can start getting out of the house more to explore the environs.
The Anchorage in December between the shores of the Cook Inlet and at the foot of the Chugach Mountains Range.
The frost has been holding up for almost two months now, but the ice in the inlet still runs around in all the chaotic directions.
The northern sun is completely out of hand: walks under the horizon during the day and then runs off to Australia.