Learning doesn’t have to stop, just because summer is here. This summer we are working on a hands-on science project. We have volunteered with the Fairbanks Fish & Wildlife Department, and are assisting in a study. The study looks at what species of fish are spending time in the Chena River, and what areas of […]
Archives for May 2011
This post was originally shared on my old website, MrsMamaHen – May 24th, 2011 ~ After hiking on Angel Rock Trail, we enjoyed some time at the river where we camped. There was a small section where we had to wade across a waterway to get to the actual shore of the river. Rubber boots […]
Lemon Fools may have a funny sounding name, but there is nothing funny about them. Other than how ridiculously easy they are to make.
One of our favorite places to go on an afternoon is the Chatanika River. It is just a few miles out of town and very peaceful and pretty. This was the first time we had gone to the Chatanika since “the big thaw.” There were still some massive sheets of ice up on the shoreline […]
Yesterday the kiddos and I headed out of town to spend some time at the Chatanika River. When we were almost there, I glanced to the side, and something caught my eye. So I pulled over and pulled out my camera. Do you see what I see?
This evening, we headed out around 8pm for a bike ride around Fairbanks. I was traveling light, so I didn’t have my “real” camera with me, but I did have my phone. So this post will be all “phone pics.” The very cool Antler Arch. In the park downtown. Next to the headquarters for the […]