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Alaskan summer...I so miss this beauty God created..& sharing it with Charles🗻

Inuit woman, Nowadluk, in fur parka Image No: ND-1-132 Title: Inuit woman, Nowadluk, (also known as Nora) in fur parka, Nome (?), Alaska. Date: [ca. 1903-1915]

Alaska..Never thought I'd want to go to Alaska-hate snow, but this is beautiful!

  • Rebecca Lawton

    There isnt always snow everywhere in AK. Summers get up to the 60s range.

  • Kimmy

    The coldest is when you see the most northern lights. They are so amazing. The ones I saw were usually wispy cloud looking then often turning green. The moving is spectacular to see.

Found her wandering the streets of Kyoto. Brought her home to Kenshin and Kaoru to raise. He was 20, she was five.

Although totem poles have become a symbol of all Northwest Coast Native people and their use has spread to neighboring tribes through the years, tall multiple-figure poles were first made only by the northern Northwest Coast Haida, Tlingit, and Tsimshian peoples in Southeast Alaska and British Columbia.