What’s there to do in 12-16 inches of snow? Let’s follow Alex!

Posted by lwpetersen | February 21, 2011 | Fairbanks

Break on ThroughThat’s a lot of snow! Can I go under it? No. Can I go over it? Maybe. Can I go around it? Not really. I’ll have to go through it!


What now????

Now we dig???!!!

Dive, diveDon’t worry, there’s probably not anything in there that could kill me.

Glad nothing lives in here yetProject “distraction from homework” is a success!

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