Friday, February 10, 2012

Records confirmed: Kodiak's January was snowiest, third-coldest

Records confirmed: Kodiak's January was snowiest, third-coldest: KODIAK — The Alaska Climate Research Center has confirmed what Kodiakans already suspected: January was cold. Figures compiled by the National Weather Service station at Kodiak State Airport and c...

2. 10. 12

Jim took the eagle photo from the hatch of Cape St James on 2.7.12

Out for a walk.

Out for a walk.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

St Paul Harbor

Exciting to see so many eagles this close to Cape St. James.

Jim took these from the companion way of Cape St. James today

Friday, February 3, 2012

Mexico and Beyond??

For the first time since coming to Alaska we are talking about Mexico, the South Pacific and warmer temperatures. It's a daily effort for me to crawl out of a warm bed into the cold, cold world of Kodiak.

The current cold spell is officially a record-setter, 2 below zero on Thursday morning tied a record set in 1944. Temperatures Wednesday just missed setting another record. But I don't need a thermometer to tell me it's cold, My fingers, toes and nose confirm it well enough.