Connor and Rowan spent some time fishing for herring down at Crescent Harbor today.
I only took a few pictures on the Whalefest food web cruise today, and kept just three.
The snow sticking level was down nearly to sea level.
Graupel is a type of snow that forms when snow flakes fall through parts of the atmosphere that have supercooled water droplets. Instead of maintaining the form of flat snow flakes and/or elongated snow crystals, the supercooled water condenses as a rime on the surface that results in a pellet shape. Superficially, graupel looks a … Read more
I got up early this morning and took a walk to the post office. It was fun to experiment with some night photography in the intermittent snow showers. Later today I noticed the red alders at the park have a lot of catkins this year.
I could have included this my previous post on the Katlian Outcrops, but I thought it deserved it’s own post for a couple of reasons. First, it will make it easier to find in the future, and second I hope it helps me remember the lesson I should have learned many times before. The outcrop … Read more