Liquid Blue hanging out with the children of Fort Richardson in Anchorage, Alaska.
BlueGirls Layla Loxa and Mandy Gasparich on a fur lined snow-mobile.
In Anchorage, this is a pimped out ride.
Liquid Blue on the marquee at the Yukon Club of Elmendorf Air Force Base.
Layla keeping one eye peeled for trouble.
Drummer Tim Breech and vocalist Nikki Green.
Michael Vangerov was too tired to finish his snow angel.
"Wow, sure is cold... I know what I forgot, my jacket!"
Musicians are often children at heart.
Here "DANGER: Bear Activity In Area" means something different than in San Fransisco.
Michael fakes drowning to get mouth-to-mouth resuscitation from these cute lifeguards.
Being a child at heart sometimes means it is difficult to get laid.
This is more effective, unless you're in a jacuzzi full of other guys.
Fort Richardson was named for military pioneer and explorer, Brig. Gen. Wilds P. Richardson.
He served three tours of duty in the rugged Alaska territory between 1897 and 1917.
An 1884 West Point graduate, he was head of the War Department's Alaska Road Commission.
He built many early railroads, roads and bridges that helped settlement and growth.
Fort Richarson was built in 1941 on the site of what is now Elmendorf Air Force Base.
Oversized vinyl suits transform the band members into gigantic Sumo wrestlers.
The goal is to push, pull, and "blubber" your opponent to the floor.
Referee Layla Loxa announces a tie match.
Tim Breech finds his inner bear spirit...
And has to be drug away before he hurts himself.
The band dressed to go onstage at Elmendorf Air Force Base.
The BlueGirls looking beautiful in their favorite color, blue!
Elmendorf AFB is adjacent to Anchorage the largest city in Alaska.
It was named in honor of test pilot Captain Hugh M. Elmendorf.
Chilkoot Charlie's is a world famous bar in Anchorage.
It has sawdust-covered floors, 3 stages, 3 dance floors and 10 bars.
Anchorage is the northernmost major city in the United States.
Military personnel and their families comprise ten percent of the population.
During the Cold War, bases here grew due to proximity to the Soviet Union.
Maybe Sarah Palin can see Russia from here.