Flying Fish

inspired by nature, fueled by irony, life and art in Alaska

Coping with winter

Some of us hibernate, some of us just get out and play!ImageImage

When it’s good and snowy, I want to get out and play, ski or skate or just enjoy the brilliant white light.  When it’s warm and rainy… I’d rather snuggle with the cat!  It’s 35 and stormy…

Life chugs along in the winter, no matter the weather.  It’s a time of not much work for money, no seasonal tourism work until the heli skiers come to town, then the summer visitors start up in May.  Now is make art for next  year, eat the fish and berries collected last year and hope for snow tomorrow. 

 

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One thought on “Coping with winter

  1. doggies + snow = happiness!

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