|Coldfoot Camp in early winter|
|View from my bedroom window|
It's very dry, so you don't feel the cold as long as you dress warmly, although I got some frost nip from a bracelet I was wearing skiing. I learned my lesson not to keep metal objects near exposed skin.
We lose about 15 minutes of sunlight/day, and very soon the sun will never rise. The darkness isn't what I expected. Because of the snow we have about 4 hours of twilight to snowshoe, xc ski, play hockey and dog mush. Sleep schedules get screwed up. I've been known to go to work at 3am.
|Last rays of sunlight of the year|
|On the tundra|
|Hitchhiking to the Arctic Ocean|
|50 mph winds|
|Emma Dome (climbed it)|
|Skiing near a creek in Coldfoot|