For now I'm living in Texas, but hope to move to Alaska some day. In my day dreams I picture a small cabin with a panel of large glass picture windows. I've been thinking of those double pane (thermo-pane?) windows. Do they have enough insulation value for the Alaskan interior, or would I be better off forgetting about the view. In the past I've lived in northern Illinois for many years and remember numerous -20 days and one -26 day but that's as close as I've been to the temps common in the Alaskan interior.