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So this week was busy. End of the semester projects and homework have been due, finals are to be prepared for, grading needs to be completed, etc. It’s been so busy that I didn’t really get to do much of anything. We missed the Tanana River breaking up on Wednesday afternoon which was a bummer. Here’s the article from the News-Miner:
Jason, Alex and I took a break from working to drove down near the Pump-House on Thursday evening to see if we could see some remaining ice, but from our vantage point the river was all water. There was still stuff to take pictures of, just no ice-floe.
Earlier in the week Alex and I walked down to the experimental research farm at UAF to see some of the newborn reindeer from last week. They were really cute, but groggy in the mid-evening Sun.
By the middle of next week I’ll be done with everything except a few of my TA responsibilities. Then I hope to have a few weeks of adventuring and picture taking before science camp starts up.