Well at least the top corner of it did on January 7th. It appears that snow fell on a majority of states in the continental US in January. These images are from the NASA Earth Observatory website – the one of the southwest was taken quite recently, January 28th.
Join Jack while he watches big trucks pass in the snow storm and then crashes through snow drifts for fun.
Here’s a short video from last year where Jack bumps a guard rail as he’s going through a snow drift, passes by a large drift, and then continues on his merry way.
There’s been plenty of wind and snow on the Dalton lately. Here are snow drifts at Ice Cut that have been plowed away by a loader, creating one lane which is better than nothing! Video by fellow trucker, John Slater. Hope everyone is having a great 2017 so far.
Have you guys been watching Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet on Animal Planet? Jack and I love it! Dr. Dee is the most adorable, funny, amazing woman. And we know this for a fact since we took our two dogs and two cats to her over the years. Every interaction with Dr. Dee is a positive one, since even when you’re putting your pet down she is as insightful and endearing as is possible at that moment. The same goes for her staff – they are all very caring and terrific people.
Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet shows the surgeries she does on a variety of animals, and she flies her bush plane out to various towns and villages. The animals featured are dogs and cats of course, but also birds, horses, goats, and once, a bull.
A few years ago when a production company was filming a teaser about her to try to sell to a cable company, Jack made a cameo with our dog Sport. Here are photos, click on the first one and scroll to the right.
And by the way, production people like the ones shown below are highly professional and friendly people. That is the experience Jack had with all of the guys and gals who came up here to shoot Ice Road Truckers, and we want to make sure that everyone understands how great they are at their jobs.
You’ll love Dr. Dee! You can watch video clips on the Animal Planet website, and also full episodes.