Here I am in front of the blue ice of the Mendenhall Glacier outside Juneau, and this is us chasing a blurry young moose through the mountains outside of Fairbanks on our aurora expedition. We saw the barest minimum of activity that will allow us to legally claim to have seen the Northern Lights, but we did get to chase a moose. Also, a better snowshoeing picture.
FYI: our car would not start the next day in Fairbanks. If that had happened the night before, I doubt we would have survived being 10 miles from nowhere in -50 degrees. Whew!