Speak the Lingo
The end of an Alaskan winter, when the ice that has frozen the major rivers thaws.
The parts of Alaska accessible only by boat or aircraft.
Pilots of the small planes who provide transportation to bush communities and isolated destinations.
A newcomer to Alaska.
Eskimo ice cream
Traditionally made of whipped berries, seal oil, and snow.
A thick winter fog made of suspended ice particles that leaves the trees coated with ice crystals.
Anywhere but Alaska.
Soil which is permanently frozen.
The warm underwool of the muskox used for knitting.
An Alaskan old timer.