Insights / Kodiak, AK Merry Christmas from Kodiak Island, Alaska December 23, 2015 Written by Marion Owen 0 Wishing you and your loved ones a Christmas filled with joy and light, AlaskaChristmasdieselenergygeneratorshydroelectricKEAKodiakKodiak islandmagicmountainPhotoshopPillarrenewableturbineswind Further Reading... Rock stars of organic farming chew the fat about our food January 25, 2014 Photo essay from Kodiak Island: Captain Santa and a Christmas tree made from bird deterrent tape December 24, 2014 A trip down Red Zinger lane November 4, 2014 No Comments Linda December 23, 2015 at 6:51 AM 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. Reply marionowen December 23, 2015 at 11:08 AM Ah, Linda. How fun! That’s why we nicknamed them “fog cutters” here — the swooshing sound is so cool and yes, magic. Reply Leave a ReplyCancel reply Previous Post Anatomy of a Snowflake: Science, art and a little magic Next Post Not a gardener? These 12 New Year's resolutions are meant for you, too.