Monthly Archives: January 2012

The World Turned Upside Down

Michelle and I sit in our cabin, more than a mile from the nearest road. Daytime highs have been below 14° for a week. A 60 knot storm (69 miles per hour) howls outside. Heavy seas send spray house-high against … Continue reading

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More on Nome Refueling, and Homestead Heat

Yesterday, I started answering a reader’s questions about the current effort to refuel Nome, Alaska. I grew a bit long-winded, so today I’ll answer the rest of her questions. Specifically, Judy asked, in conclusion: “. . . other than wood, … Continue reading

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