Courtney shares her thoughts, and pictures, on winter sunrises in Nome.
As the ravens move into town for the winter, Courtney thinks about the many pictures we paint of the infamous black birds.
Francesca explores her obsession with a rare winter commodity: Sunlight.
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Caitlin longingly gazes out her window and reflects on the first snow of the season.
For the Port of Nome, the imminent arrival of ice season means a hard stop to boat activity before the sea freezes over.
“Want to go egging?” Volunteer Emily gets a text from a local friend to go collect wild eggs for food, an important protein source in a springtime subsistence diet. As the seasons change, Emily gets out and about in the Nome countryside.
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Little more than a week after the spring equinox, Emily says the already-abundant sunlight in Western Alaska “has thrown the KNOM volunteers into a state of full-on euphoria.”