. . . “ Palm leaves found fossilized in the rocks bordering the Malaspina Glacier near Yakutat have a story to tell since palms could not possibly grow there today,” as one research group put it.
Malaspina Glacier is located in southeastern Alaska.
While looking around up there a few more items of potential interest and possibly reason to prepare for a repeat of millions of years ago or simply give a second thought to [what if]. There’s a potential that that “palm leaf fossil,” in the shoreline rocks, is a marker for your once-upon-a-time (long time ago)- equatorial location of a much younger planet and axial / orbital planet position within this Sol system.