Much to the displeasure of most of the Anchorage populace, winter is holding on to the bitter end this year. With each passing storm and my subsequent celebration at work, my fellow employees simply tell me to piss off.
The last installment of early spring fun involves the obvious prize, Ptarmigan Peak and some other lines of desire down the road.
This second wrap up of late season, Southcentral Alaskan skiing covers some fun days on the Seward Highway and a cool adventure to a relatively local but curiously hard to access line on Tanaina Peak.
For the better part of the last year I struggled to find the love here in Alaska. The weather was crap much of the time and winter took its sweet time coming. Everyone told me it would take a year to adjust and that seems to be what’s happening.
The insane run of high pressure finally comes to an end today and, as the clouds moved in, I realized I would finally get to write something. Some good days have been had and I’ll share those in the next few days but first I wanted to get a review out on my Sportiva Spitfire boots.