Sun days

Posted On June 12, 2013

Filed under Thinks we do

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Anchorage in June

 

The countdown to Summer Solstice has begun. This is a crazy but fun time of the year to spend in Alaska. As we can’t remember when was the last time it was completely dark, days keep getting longer and longer (19 to 21 hours of daylight in Anchorage during June). It’s not unusual to keep doing outdoorsy activities until 9 or 10 p.m. because there is still light. And I do not mean dusk, I mean light like 5 p.m. anywhere else.

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11 p.m. in June

 

This year we have been very lucky and we have been having lots of blue sky, upper 60’s to mid 70’sF degree days.

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TeKeela Sunrise

 

This is Alaska’s prime time.

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9 Responses to “Sun days”

  1. piranhabanana

    Oh my – looks like you were enjoying that sunshine!

  2. Miss Harper Lee

    After the winter you had, I’d say you have earned every bit of that pretty sun! Enjoy!

  3. Rebecca

    Enjoy the sun!

  4. SUGAR: Golden Woofs

    Lovely. Golden Thanks for sharing such a beautiful sight. Happy BlogPaws WW. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

  5. Emily @ Adventures of a Dog Mom

    I say get that sunning in when you can… Boomer might even be a little jealous because sunning on the deck is one of his favorite things and it’s getting too hot for him already!

  6. Angel&Chaos

    Sunbathing is always fun!

    ~Angel and Chaos

  7. barkandchatter

    Sounds wonderful! Beautiful photos!

  8. mimirosen

    Looks like TeKeela knows just what to do on a sunny day.

  9. followingroy

    Oh wow, 19 to 21 hours of daylight! That’s a lot of sun aka playtime.

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