Below is the same parking lot today. The snow, which was several feet deep in places last winter, barely covers the ground this time:
February 4th and 5th are the optimum days for winter snowfall in Southcentral Alaska. For instance, on the night of February 4th and 5th, 1955, Whittier had a new accumulation of 144 inches of snow.
The lower of the two above photos was taken with my new camera, a Pentax WG-II water resistant digital camera. I'm tired of cameras breaking so easily. Supposedly, this one will not.
Below is the camera, plus my new hearing aid set, which Judy loves: