“There’s no dry day in the forecast after Friday,” warns a meteorologist. Seattle has had 140 rainy days since Oct. 1 — blowing past the previous record with more rain to come before the month is over. – Seattle Times Friday April 20, 2017
As I am sitting here in front of the window waiting for the record-breaking rains to arrive, here’s a look at the spring blossoms at the Washington Park Arboretum Continue reading “Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle”
When it comes to spring blossom viewing in the Seattle area, everybody knows about Washington Park Arboretum and the Quad.
Continue reading “Kubota Garden, Seattle”
The third day of our Lords of the Arctic program, we went back on wheels.
In merely two days, more bears had arrived in the area. Continue reading “Lords of the Arctic – Day 3”
When a five hundred pound polar bear
ran into a seven pound arctic fox Continue reading “A Close Encounter”
Did you know that, just an hour drive south of Seattle there is a National Wildlife Refuge? It is one of my favorite places to visit all year round.
Upon entering the refuge you are first greeted with a duck pond. Continue reading “Nisqually Wildlife Refuge”
Day two of our Lords of the Arctic program started with dog sledding.
This was the first time we spent extended time outside and the temperature was -23°C. Continue reading “Lords of the Arctic – Day 2”
After a productive morning with ample bear sightings, we stopped by the bay for a quick picnic lunch.
Outside, the temperature was -17°C . Continue reading “Lords of the Arctic”
We’ve been out on the tundra for almost an hour…
So far no bears… Continue reading “Did I See a Polar Bear?”
When our Saab 340 turboprop landed in Churchill, the captain switched off cabin lights, and the world around us turned pitch black.
Churchill is a remote town in northern Manitoba, on the west shore of Hudson Bay – the second-largest bay in the world. Continue reading “Churchill, Canada”
A tinge of fall color at Gold Creek Pond in between the rains.
Continue reading “Reflection”