Main roads were okay. I drove carefully and came across very few country roads so arrived in a timely fashion at my destination, Miracle Camp, for an intensive week-long course.
After hours of sitting and soaking in information, a few of us braved the cold for invigorating walks.
. . . and the snow had a shiny icy crust that made it look like meringue.
Meanwhile, in Fairbanks, Alaska, work progressed steadily on many amazing ice sculptures in the Multi Block Competition of the 2015 World Ice Art Championships. My computer was ever present to follow live webcam updates of Site # 15 and show off to anyone around me, during breaks or meals, of course.
|Stephan, Mike, Luba, and Mo|
All these photos are from the Ice Alaska website.
Even better to follow the action were Mike's videos posted on Facebook:
Day 1, Day 3, Day 5, and Last Day: https://www.facebook.com/mike.koch.733?fref=ts
So that was our week. I'm home again. Mike and Stephan will be flying through the night.