If you think that summer never lasts for long, spare a thought for your average Alaskan. At around four weeks in length, summer is Alaska takes a long time to arrive and then is gone before you barely get used to it. However, with around twenty three hours of daylight, plant life here at the edge of the Arctic bursts in to life. There is a side to Alaska that does not necessarily always have to involve the white stuff.
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