Winter in Fairbanks, Alaska can be brutal. Daylight dips below 4 hours, and temperatures regularly fall past -30F.
So spring, when it finally shows up, is a big deal. People can reel off a long list of the things that signal the season is underway.
One of them is a 93-year-old man in a custard-yellow truck.
Glenn Hackney has lived in Alaska since 1948. And every spring, he's irked by the same sight: trash that has piled up over the winter, and is slowly being uncovered by the melting snow.