05/23/15 - 3:22pm
I love the smell of wet dog in the morning. It smells like summer.
In fact, there are a lot of scents you get to experience during the Alaska summer that you just don’t get to enjoy during the winter. During the winter, everything that might emit a smell is frozen or covered with snow and ice. And if there is a scent wafting on the winter breeze, chances are your nose is too numb to pick it up.
That’s not the case in the summer, though, when the Kenai Peninsula comes alive for your olfactory enjoyment.