Author Archives: matt goff

About matt goff

I am an aspiring naturalist who seeks to learn all that I can about the more-than-human aspects of this place that is my home.

Frosty Morning, Colorful Sunset

Last night when I went out for a little bit late, I noticed the stars were shining brightly (I think I notice Mars, as well). At the time it wasn’t really frosty, but I wondered if it might end up … Continue reading

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Sunday Snow

Snow squalls were the order of the day. It was warm enough that there was little accumulation, and most of what did stick melted off between showers. Late this afternoon a nice patch of blue sky opened up, letting the … Continue reading

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April Cool

Temperatures remained cool today. Snow level on the trees was down at the bottom of the mountain slopes this morning and did not actually lift much through the day. Heavy clouds made much of the day feel dim and dreary. … Continue reading

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April Showers

Weather today was pretty mixed. The snow level on the mountains (as judged by snow-covered trees) was down quite a bit and Connor told me there was even a bit of wet snow on the ground in town early this … Continue reading

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Glacial Retreats on Baranof Island

I’ve been following a weblog called From a Glacier’s Perspective for some time, and had been particularly interested in the posts about glaciers in Southeast Alaska. I recently left a comment to request the author take a look at Baranof … Continue reading

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Return of Rain

I haven’t had a lot of time to spend outside the last couple of days, but fortunately the weather hasn’t been too inspiring. Clouds came over and we got a little rain yesterday, but it didn’t really start coming down … Continue reading

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