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
UNALAKLEET — I had just gotten back from picking cranberries. The air was cold and crisp. My favorite time. No … Continue reading Alaska media misses their deadline for change
UNALAKLEET – He turned the lights off. I had been in that church thousands of times from not long after … Continue reading Finding light in a sometimes dark and scary world
NALUQ — There’s something about being out in the country 10 miles up the Kobuk from Kiana. In the open … Continue reading My eyes smile again: A caribou hunt up the Kobuk
UNALAKLEET—“We’re eating fish again?” Yanni exasperatingly asked my brother. It was my brother’s girlfriend’s first summer with our family. And … Continue reading Salmon for days
UNALAKLEET — “Do people think you’re crazy?” I asked him. After 45 minutes of getting to know this man, it … Continue reading So a guy paddled to our boat dock one day