well it's 3:16am. Black as night. Nobody's out riding bikes or playing at the playground. Too dark for that tonight. :) This never ceases to amaze me.
Cathy, I show midnight sun photos to people who have never experienced it and they really cannot imagine it being true. Enjoy, I know winter is the opposite. AussieAlaskan
Hard for me to wrap my head around it. I think they roll up the streets in my town at 10 p.m.
It was plenty dark here last night--even before it was supposed to be. Nasty storms, tornadoes, etc. were making they're way through the area--and still are. I'd rather not be one of the Weather Channel's top stories of the day, but at least our power came back and the A/C is working now! lol I think we just made up for our quieter than usual spring storm season.
That is WILD! God must have given all that midnight sun to Alaska so the folks there could get out and make up for the long, long, dark winters, lol.LOOOOVE your header photo. Is that your camp?
Lets see, here in the Mat-Su Valley last night at 10pm or so my 10 yr old was out jumping on the trampoline, plenty of sun and it had finally cooled down.Temps in our area were ranging from 86-94* yesterday.
I meant to comment on your banner photo earlier - it's brilliant!At 10 PM you may see some teenagers and maybe some pre-teens on the streets in our town (70 km south of the Arctic Circle) - but nothing like what I was used to from Inuvik. My first summer there I was horrified at how the kids were allowed to stay up all hours - the following summer I fully understood why.
I would have no idea what my town looks like at 10pm, except you just filled me in!I'm new to this all night thing. I guess I need to be out wandering with you to see all the excitement.
Yeah, yeah... rub it in some more! Of course, in your winter I'll be talking about my pool :)
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