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As snowstorm #2 in Boulder the last week starts to diminish, I thought I’d offer up a picture of what it looks like in Homer, Alaska right now (at 10:30am Homer time.)
That dark stuff on the bottom 10% of the picture is land. That lighter dark stuff at in the middle of the picture is the ocean. The top half of the picture is probably dark, fog, and clouds. That little dark stretch of land going to the left across the bottom of the picture is the Homer Spit.
I went for a 5 mile run on the Boulder Creek Path this morning at 7:30am. No one was out, the snow was coming down hard, and there was plenty of "cushion" (e.g. snow) on the ground. It was stunning. And light.