Vacationing in Alaska, with toddlers in tow - The Washington Post
The sunny weather we’d been enjoying evaporated by the time we got there, but even a damp and cool forecast was fine in comparison with the heat wave raging in Washington at the time...Our 85-foot catamaran, operated by captain Ryan McDonald, ventured out into the bay...Alaskan Arctic villages hit hard by climate change - The Washington Post
[July 5, 2012, photo 11] The hunters in Kotzebue struggled with this year’s bearded seal hunt. The slushy ice made it hard to find a firm place to stand, and many of the seals were submerged in water and harder to shoot and retrieve.Alaska's Largest City Sees Fourth Chilliest July in History | Alaska Dispatch
But this July saw just three days of 70 degrees or more, with a high of 73 on July 18.[Eilperin, 2003] In Alaska, a City Girl Goes Wild
Roaming Highway 1 in a rental SUV large enough to seat at least two suburban families and fueled by plenty of lattes, we stopped where we liked and gawked shamelessly at the scenery.