Apr262017

Alaska for Gail is All About Glaciers

OK, so I love glaciers. I had to study glaciology for one of my minors as an archaeology undergraduate (glacial till and valley formation are key to both clay deposits – ceramics was my specialty – and site formation.) I love a good U-shaped valley.

Massive Glacier

Since I figured Alaska might be my only chance (we tried to get on a glacier when in New Zealand and failed) we flew to see glaciers and also walked on one. Hooray!

Glacier Terminus

So here is a bit of icy goodness, I promise I will return you to your regular steampunk tea octopus and fashion obsessive musings in the next blog post.

Glacier Terminus Up Close

It’s hard to get across the different sounds the ice makes as you walk on it, crunches and melodic tinkling. And so manny different ice types.

Glacier Tunnel

And this was my favorite formation:

{Gail’s monthly read along for April is Brother’s Ruin by Emma Newman.}

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  • Secret Project SAS ~ Novel by G. L. Carriger
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    Contemporary m/m paranormal romance featuring a snarky mage and a gruff werewolf. Hella raunchy. Super dirty. Very very fun. Spin off of Marine Biology.

OUT NOW

Romancing the Inventor in Audiobook. A maid bent on seducing a brilliant cross-dressing scientist who’s too brokenhearted to notice. Or is she?

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Your Moment of Parasol . . .

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Your Infusion of Cute . . .

This is a house, in Alaska, in the middle of nowhere. Because.

Your Tisane of Smart . . .

Victorian Medical Advice on Treating Depression

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  

“Writing a novel is a terrible experience, during which the hair often falls out and the teeth decay.”

~ Flannery O’Connor

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2 Responses

  1. Becky said:

    Thanks for the glacier pics! Since I doubt I will ever get to Alaska (or New Zealand for that matter) it’s neat to see them!

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