I’m Not Sorry

Summer Solstice in Seward, Alaska, was bittersweet this year, as usual. As midnight approached and I could still clearly see the beauty and vast magnitude of Resurrection Bay and the still snow-dappled peaks of the Kenai mountain range beyond, I felt both blessed and depressed. Mt. Alice, the photogenic peak featured in so many ofContinue reading “I’m Not Sorry”

The Longest Day

I have a long standing love/hate relationship with Summer Solstice. Living in Alaska, we have a habit of celebrating this day of longest possible daylight in the proverbial “land of the midnight sun” with parties, midnight BBQ’s, all-night baseball games … pretty much everything except possibly fireworks. With a full 22 hours of functional daylightContinue reading “The Longest Day”