Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Smoke Gets In Your Ice

Tuesday morning, I'm sleepy and cold. Although, cold is relative. This mountain of frozen H20 can be found in Glacier Bay National Park, which can only be accessed by water, and is nestled in Alaska's tail. I've never seen a mountain of ice continually shed its boulders into the frozen sea. I did, however, see a mini-glacier in Norway five years ago, of which I'll have to dig up and scan a photo. Anyway, Daddy's gotta bounce. Time to breakfast, shower, and catch the PATH train to my first meeting, in Newark. Later.

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