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Y2K: WINTER

The year in pictures

Posted: Sunday, December 31, 2000

WINTER

 

The northern lights fill the sky above Soldotna during a light show last winter.

Photo by M. Scott Moon

The northern lights filled the night sky often last winter,

The northern lights fill the sky above Soldotna during a light show last winter.

while moose were frequent visitors to area yards. The moose at right got an early start on election-year hysteria.

 

Al Trumpler makes tracks as he grooms the Tsalteshi Trails at Skyview High School last winter.

Photo by M. Scott Moon

Al Trumpler makes tracks as he grooms the Tsalteshi Trails at Skyview High School last winter.

 

With an early start on election-year hysteria, this moose wrapped itself in the flag in a yard in Kenai last winter.

Photo by M. Scott Moon

With an early start on election-year hysteria, this moose wrapped itself in the flag in a yard in Kenai last winter.

Today marks the last day of "Y2K" and Monday marks the first day of what truly is the "new millennium." However, before we put this issue of the Clarion to bed, we thought we would revisit some of the photos that have appeared in our paper during the last 12 months.

Pictures from last winter appear above. The remaining seasons are represented in three other sections listed under Peninsula Life.



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