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Stretching winter: Recreationists take to mountains to get winter fix

...Northern Presidential Range in New Hampshire's White Mountains."It's the beauty, the ruggedness, the cold, the deep blues of the sky, the little bits of rocks poking up though the white snow. You have an element of danger," said Murdzek...
Add 'walkables' to our home landscape in spring. Does well in damp, dry or shaded settings. Celestial spice pratia has tiny green leaves covered by deep blue flowers all summer.- For fragrance: Corsican mint, the smallest of the mint family. It delivers a pleasant creme-de-menthe...
It's not cool to lose a fish

...sit at my keyboard on a drop-dead gorgeous morning.As I look out the windows of our cabin, the sky gleams like the deep blue of a rain-washed glacier while nary a breeze disturbs the white puffs of mature dandelions awaiting their turn to destroy...
Anchorage Symphony's Young People's Concert: Kaleidoscope students share their experience

...always kept me on the edge of my seat. Through almost every song, the audience was asked to participate. Swaying to the deep blues, or snapping to the joyful Be-bop, it was truly incredible! I personally could listen to that music again and again...
Essays provide inside view of commercial fishing

...Martin's anthology, "Out On the Deep Blue," and adds new work. The result...writer Nancy Lord. "Out of the Deep Blue" collected stories about fishing...Alaska writers from "Out of the Deep Blue," Fields updated it with new works...
Exploring the deep blue sea

Between 1910 and 1920 an average of one ship per month ran aground in the waters surrounding Alaska. Although unfortunate for captains and crews at the time, the wrecks would provide a playground decades later for Steve Lloyd, an Anchorage based scuba diver and shipwreck explorer. "I've always been fascinated by ghost towns, shipwrecks, abandoned factories and anything with a hidden story that's somehow tied to the past," Lloyd said.
Perils of Polly: Around the world and back again

...erupted from the concrete, the water dancing to music. With the Potala Palace in the background and the sky fading to deep blue and then black, the scene was spectacular. Then it got crazy as people -- Chinese tourists and Tibetans alike -- started...
Soldotna Community News

...overboard, symbolic of sending the old year off and our resolutions on a new voyage. I watched the tree in the beautiful deep blue and white waves of the wake of the ship, getting smaller and smaller and smaller, until I could not see it anymore...


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