We left Oklahoma on a sunny day.
The view from the window made me think that they must use pivots
for watering the fields.
There were so many snow-dusted rounds as we flew over.
As we landed in Denver, we could see the snow-capped ridge
of the Rockie Mountains.
A few more flights and we were home!
While we had been gone it had been warmer in Nome than Oklahoma
and the shore-fast sea ice had moved out,
leaving open leads near the shoreline.
As the water refroze, it made a perfectly smooth ice skating area.
Buffered by think chunks of ice.
I don't think winter is over yet.....