Feeling the heat in Alaska

Kan Kil floats face-first in the cool waters of Campbell Creek, near Lake Otis Parkway, while beating the heat earlier this week in Anchorage, Alaska. Anchorage broke a record by hitting 70 degrees or higher for the 14th straight day on Tuesday.
Kan Kil floats face-first in the cool waters of Campbell Creek, near Lake Otis Parkway, while beating the heat earlier this week in Anchorage, Alaska. Anchorage broke a record by hitting 70 degrees or higher for the 14th straight day on Tuesday. Bill Roth, Anchorage Daily News/AP Photo

Kan Kil floats face-first in the cool waters of Campbell Creek, near Lake Otis Parkway, while beating the heat earlier this week in Anchorage, Alaska. Anchorage broke a record by hitting 70 degrees or higher for the 14th straight day on Tuesday.

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