Woke up to some fresh snow and very little ice passing by – more wood than ice. The water level hasn’t changed much in the past few days.
Eric Morgan Jr. will come up tonight by boat and take me back to Aniak where I’ll have to stay until I can cross the slough, hopefully in a day or two, until I can get across to my apartment.
Looking upstream at a peaceful and serene Kuskokwim
Looking downstream over the basketball court dusted with fresh snow
The weather is cold and the water levels are stable. Relatively little ice and wood is now passing.
Thursday evening at about 8:30 PM
Today (Friday) at 9:30 AM
Relatively little ice and wood, although there is still a decent amount of wood passing by for you downriver folks. Even though we had a little rain last night the water level has changed minimally.
Ducks and geese are heading west and several peregrine falcons are nesting up behind the Chapel.
The ice and wood are once again waning. Will it last? Who knows? Well, maybe upriver folks do.
Looking westward toward Chuathbaluk and AniakLooking eastward toward Crooked Creek