A Snowy Optical Illusion

By , February 16, 2019

For me, life in Alaska (41 years total now, as of February 12th!) has largely featured optical illusions. I am constantly confounded by looking around me and seeing things that don’t make sense. Indeed, I made that the theme of my first book, Shy Ghosts Dancing: Dark Tales from Southeast Alaska.

Recently, I saw something that didn’t make sense to me, and I got photos to back myself up!

snow on the deck

Snow falling through cracks creates parallel patterns cut diagonally by . . . other cracks? (Photo: Mark A. Zeiger).

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Hello Homestead Goes Behind This Blog!

By , February 10, 2019

A few weeks ago, I got an email from a Website called Hello Homestead, asking me if I would participate in their Behind The Homestead Blog feature. They proposed asking a series of questions, and using my answers, and photos we provided, to profile our blog on their site.

Why not?

The result can be found here.

Hello Homestead

Hello Homestead landing page (Screenshot).

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