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... it there! So off we ...
... the kids and sit in and spin. There were a lot of children there having a really great time. They have even built an Ice Chapel Where they perform weddings. We wandered around looking at all of the sculptures. It is truly incredible what they can do with a chunk of ice. There were displays with information on the Artist Teams. Nearly half have culinary degrees and work in the restaurant ...
Here we are, 3/13/14, our 1st full day in wonderful, cool and white Alaska. Traveling companions are Donna & Carl, Scott & Monica. After a lot of hours in snug airline seats yesterday, it's great to be up and about. But the bird's eye view from our seats in the air allowed us to see how magnificent the snowy mountains, twisting, frozen rivers and patches of green Sitka spruce truly are.
... she almost cried! A huge section of the snow and ice pack on the roof has slid down and hit the ground blocking our outside door. It scared the **** out of us!
A few minutes later, more snow slid off the roof. This just can't be good. It was getting warmer during the night. By 6:00 AM it was pouring rain. And freezing to the cold ground. We were now into a full freezing rain event. By the ...
... It wasn't a loss at all even though the lights never appeared.
Two of the group admins, Amy Stratman and Terry Tedor, handled a lot of the organization to bring the group together. It was really neat to get to meet the people behind the posts that have a real passion for photographing the lights. These people get information out to the group members almost 24/7 to give people the opportunity to get outside and see the lights.
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