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Howling in Quinhagak
Anchorage Daily News
Posted: March 20, 2009 - 10:09 am
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This clip comes from Jim Barthelman's blog out of Quinhagak, a village of about 640 less than a mile from the Bering Sea coast.
Be sure to check out the post on his frost-bitten caribou hunt:
First of all it was cold. I know I say that a lot and I probably sound like a little girl by now, but it was frost bite cold. Just ask my fingers. I know I say that a lot too, but just ask the skin that peeled off my fingers.