I really did not know when, specifically, yet there was no preventing it. Too many Sewardites alerted me, 'this isn't the real Alaska. ' Continuous rainfall is including to the summertime melt-water from Exit Glacier and the Harding Icefield to swell Exit Creek far past its 'normal' networks. The water now extends across large swathes of the outwash plain that were completely dry antarctic drift only days or ago. Late-summer floodings have persisted here for the past a number of years, with or without heavy rain; a lot of the water you see is straight glacial melt, however the rains absolutely do their part to make it more dramatic. Expanding nights and falling temperature levels reaffirm what the rain hinted: autumn is just around the edge. So is the end of my time offering interpretive strolls for the general public at Exit Glacier. As classes launch in the local institutions in a few weeks, I'll be switching over to more school programs again.
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