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... were from the US but there was also Artists from China, Indonesia, Mexico, and Russia. They have 2-3 days to complete the single block sculptures and 5 days for the multi-block so the Artist Teams consist of 2-4 participants. The competition was completed the first week of March so some of the sculptures were showing the effects of weather, but most were intact. It was extremely hard to get over ...
... life and what a strong woman.: Dinner was at the Hawaiian Barbecue -- where else would you eat in Fairbanks. My guess is it makes people imagine themselves in warmer climes. Then back to the hotel and in bed by 8:30 PM for ten hours of sleeping. No aurora wakeup call for the sleep-deprived tonight. Talked to friends who did leave a call that never came so maybe we didn't feel so bad about missing an ...
... we couldn't figure out what the heck! The semi trucks traveling this highway equip their trucks with a bright row of flood lights on top of the cabs so they can see the moose better on their trips from Anchorage. It was blinding. The lights turn off with the dimmer switch. We stayed out until we had completely clouded skies and headed back toward town.
Anyway. On the way back up the pass and back down to Fairbanks at 2:00 AM, ...
... 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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