April 25, 2012
By 11swimer4life SILVER, Leawood, Kansas
11swimer4life SILVER, Leawood, Kansas
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Three Dog Night

In Alaska, large, snow-covered Birchwood’s cast their purple and black shadows across the crisp, new fallen snow. The howling winds whipped loose snow into large, icy snow drifts. The amazing view of the multicolored sunset, setting into the snow capped mountain’s tops is breath taking. Looking out on Alaska’s frozen taiga; there is new fallen snow, and little snow critter’s foot prints leading a trail to the green, snow covered spruce trees. The sight of Alaska is the mysterious illumination of the dancing Northern Lights that set the night on fire almost like fireworks on the Fourth of July. The crunchy sound of the ice and snow sounds like broken glass getting stepped on. Take in the smell of the crisp, clean, and fresh air which is nothing like to city air. Alaska’s wicked winds send freezing, body chilling winds down our spines.

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