Good Bye Alaska Winter

Ron Niebrugge Alaska, Chugach, Photos, Travel 5 Comments

Alaska Winter

Looking into the Chugach National Forest near Seward, Alaska.

We are hitting the road today with mixed feelings.  I must admit, it is kinda tough to leave Alaska this winter because it has been such a beautiful one.  I don’t know how many feet of snow we have received, but it is many, and now the days are getting longer, it is really nice here right now!

But, it is really nice in the desert right now as well.  It sounds like it is going to be a good year for desert wildflowers, and we are going to enjoy the warm weather!

We break our travel up over two days, and then have a couple of days visiting family and getting everything together, so we should be arriving in Anza-Borrego State Park south of Palm Springs, California by Friday.  Many people have asked, and yes I will definitely be providing plenty of desert wildflower updates, including the locations of the best blooms here on the blog. 

We plan to spend a month in the Borrego area – the lower Sonoran Desert blooms first, and then we will move to Arizona to a place outside of Phoenix for another month – hopefully hitting that bloom at the perfect time as well.

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  1. Richard

    I’ve been calling and following the reports myself. Doesn’t seem like much going on yet, though Joshua Tree might warrant a trip this week. It was pretty hot here today though probably even more so out there, hopefully it cools off by the weekend.

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