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Ever wonder what it would be like to live in a tiny cabin in the middle of the woods in Alaska? To live without many modern amenities, which means going to the outhouse in -30F temps? To have to travel 2 hours to go to Walmart or Home Depot or out to eat in the winter? There are tradeoffs to these sacrifices, such as experiencing the Northern Lights and enjoying 20 hours of daylight, meaning you can go for a hike at 10pm! This “Life in the Last Frontier” presentation will answer all your burning questions about surviving winter darkness, layering for extreme temperatures, living with wildlife, outhouse etiquette and other everyday adventures in the far north. You will feel part of this unique life after getting an insider’s glimpse into why people settle, and stay, in remote Alaska!
Registrants will receive an emailed Zoom link for the program the day of the event.