Merry Christmas from Kodiak Island, Alaska

Wishing you and your loved ones a Christmas filled with joy and light,Signature-black

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With a little Photoshop magic, I added holiday lights to the wind turbines on Pillar Mountain, near Kodiak, Alaska. To us, these six turbines ARE magic. When combined with the hydroelectric generators, they allow Kodiak to enjoy 98% renewable energy. Plus, we’ve saved almost 9 million gallons of diesel fuel since 2009. Not bad for a community that’s off the grid and yet located on the second largest island in the U.S. Wahoo!

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2 Responses to Merry Christmas from Kodiak Island, Alaska

  1. Linda says:

    I too LOVE wind turbines. I got to visit one -high in the mountains of West Virginia. It was an early foggy morning and the people I was with were disappointed you could not see to the top of the turbine because of the fog-But- to me it was Pure Magic. Those blades would come Swooping down ,cutting through the fog and they mesmerized me. I just wanted to curl up under one and let it relax my soul.

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