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A Resting Moose

Uploaded by: Kiska

Tuesday December 24, 2013

Palmer, AK (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: 11:40am; rays of rising sun, a moose in the yard, Negative 11*; doesn't get any better for a Christmas Eve day.

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3. Kiska
9:07 PM GMT on December 25, 2013
Thank you very much and Merry Christmas, to you, as well.
Enjoy this gorgeous winter day, polarbytes.
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2. polarbytes
2:18 PM GMT on December 25, 2013
Happy Holidays, and nice pic, but I feel for the moosesss. Down here on the Kenai, snow is deep and it is hard for them to find feed, and the deep cold adds to their misery, even though their hair insulates them, they still expend too much energy trying to eat to help stay warm.
Anyway, cold is supposed to break by Sat, with more snow.
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1. gusbuster
5:38 AM GMT on December 25, 2013
Staying warm with best wishes for your hoiday
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In 1978 I/we moved to Alaska and settled in the Matanuska Valley, of South Central Alaska. It's a beautiful area of Alaska and can't imagine of ever being tired of living here

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