For those coming to Alaska in the near future, or those living in parts of the state to the south of us, right now the autumn colors are at peak here in the Alaska Range. I drove through Broad Pass today (we live on the south side of the pass, Cantwell, our post office is on the north side). I wasn't expecting colors to be very good this year, as it's been so wet and cool, but right now the tundra on the pass is at peak, with dwarf birch a brilliant orange, blueberry bright red, willows and cottonwoods are yellow. It will only last a few days, or less if we get wind. The blueberries are pretty much non-existent this year due to the cold summer.