Spring is not a lot of fun in Alaska. We call this time of year "Break-Up." It involves snowing and melting, thawing and freezing, expanding and retracting. And mud. Lots and lots of mud. Still, there's a certain appeal to dirty water.
If you walk down to the edge of the trees,
you can see for yourself.
The silty water rushes quickly by,
carrying large chunks of ice away from land.
As the tide goes out,
lopsided icebergs settle down to rest on the muddy flats.
Dinner last night: Italian chicken strips, fruit salad