Photo: I call Niv “my little teacher.” I spent four days with her and her Anaana, camping on the Niukluk River, … Continue reading Inupiaq: The language I can write and speak, but don’t understand
UNALAKLEET — A year and a half ago, I moved to my hometown of Unalakleet. After 20 years, I decided … Continue reading My favorite love story
UNALAKLEET — My great-great grandpa was a mythical figure to me. A man I read about in books. A person … Continue reading Why I live where I live
UNALAKLEET — Today I am defying the -51 temperature that exists six feet from me, on the other side of … Continue reading The morning fear turned into preparation
UNALAKLEET — Wearing a black kuspuk with black and white kupaks, topped with his white, thinning hair, Chip read the … Continue reading Adii! Take that, tough January.
UNALAKLEET – One of my favorite things to do on this earth is walk in beautiful places. Being in the … Continue reading White friends come in handy sometimes