A couple of years ago, I was living in Alaska.
As my wife and I spent most nights, it became a routine to sleep in at 5:30 a.m. or later, even if we were working.
But as the season turned to winter, the commute to work became more frequent and our hours of daylight were getting shorter.
I was starting to wonder how long I would stay on the road, and if I would be able to find work during the daytime.
I decided to check the Alaska Permanent Night Web site, which has an online version.
Here is the article I came across.
It’s a bit of a departure from my usual routine.
This is what the site looks like in the morning, but in the afternoon you can click on a map and see where you might be able.
This time, I wasn’t going to stay up too late.
So I decided it would be fun to make a calendar of places I could go during the summer months.
The calendar will also include places I might be interested in in the future.
I ended up taking the trip on June 20.
There are many places I’d like to visit during the year, but I think I’ll keep the same itinerary for this year.
If you want to see a detailed list of places in Alaska, you can find a list of all of my travel destinations here.
If this is a first, I highly recommend checking out the Alaska Night website for a complete look at Alaska’s night time environment.
It has information about how to get around during the day, a map with a map of the state, and other resources.
The map also has a detailed description of the roads.
If I get to my destination, I’ll be able see the roads and parking lots along the way, which I’ll have to drive by.
In addition to the road maps, the Alaska Day Trip page also has information on where to get food and other necessities.
It also has instructions on where I can sleep.
I can tell you that I have no plans to stop for a night at my favorite restaurant.
But I will take a look at that in a few days, as I plan to go on a few more trips around the state.
I’ll also have to keep in mind that there are certain places on the Alaska coast where you can’t drive on the roads because of the ice.
There’s also the possibility of getting stuck in traffic.
If that happens, I might not be able go on the ferry.
So if you’re interested in spending a few weeks in Alaska and looking for a place to spend a few nights, check out the Permanent Night schedule.
The only hitch in all of this is that it is still summer.
It may not be as cold and rainy as I thought it would have been, but it’s still going to be a challenge.
But if I’ve learned anything from this experience, it’s that people can’t always be prepared for winter.
You have to plan ahead and take all the precautions you can.
I’d love to hear what you think of the itinerary I’m about to outline.
Do you plan to stay on this summer’s itinerary?
Do you have any suggestions on places to visit this summer?
Leave a comment and let me know.
Happy summer! Rachel C.