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    Learn to mush and build your own snow cave on an Alaskan expedition!

    Mushing thru the snow....Mushing, or dog sledding at Wolfsong near Bayfield, WI

    snow cave

    Fingal's Cave, Scotland

    Ruby Falls cave, Tennessee

    kocjan Caves (Slovenia): The Grand Canyon of the underground--some other amazing stuff at this link

    Rocky River Cave, Warren Co, Tennessee, USA

    Entering the deep blue of this 50 m (164 ft) long, 10 m (33 ft) wide and 1.8 m (6 ft) high ice cave on the frozen lagoon of the Svínafellsjökull glacier in Skaftafell, Iceland caused an awe-inspiring atmosphere. This up to 1000 years old snow has metamorphosed into highly pressurized glacier ice that contains almost no air bubbles.

    "Your words shook me right out of a daydream I was lost somewhere cold and it looked haunted I was asking strangers but no one understood me I was drenched in sweat when your words came to me." -Snow Patrol

    Snow Road..........don't know where it is but I'd love to go there.

    Winter hike

    Above Me,That's an amazing sky!

    Snow in cave house, Devils Canyon, Colorado (summer trip?)

    Sea Cave Waterfall, Kauai, Hawaii

    Stockholm, Sweden.

    road trip through the mountains

    Grand Canyon in snow

    Sled dogs breaking trail over Eureka Dome, Ogilvie Mountains, Yukon, Canada


    some dogs really are bred for snow

    Take a ride on an Alaskan Dog Sled For most Alaskan locals this isn’t a day-to-day way of getting around, but for tourists it’s a unique way to explore the area. The best time to go sledding in Alaskais January-March.