Nome

Back on home ground

Back on home ground

Well all – it’s official.. my crazy summer experience in the last frontier of Alaska is done. Finished. Complete. I can not express enough how much I learned and how great of an experience this entire summer was. I learned how to fish… really fish, […]

Catch my radio waves

Catch my radio waves

The other morning we had the chance to go to the only other radio station in Nome – KICY. We actually had an assistant who worked there and gave us a behind the scenes tour there earlier this summer. So at 7am we (3 other interns and […]

Coming to an end…

Coming to an end…

Well everyone… my time in Nome is quickly (ok-honestly these last few days are dragging since I have nothing left to do!) coming to an end! Summercise finished up on Thursday… I got a little sad as the campers gave me hugs and said goodbye getting […]

WIC-y wicky fresh!

WIC-y wicky fresh!

This week I was on my WIC rotation- wanna hear about it? Yes? Yes? OK! So to start off – WIC stands for Women, Infant, Children. Who do they serve: low-income, nutritionally at risk pregnant women, breastfeeding women, nonbreastfeeding post-pardum women (up to 6 months […]

This little piggy went to market

This little piggy went to market

Not that I’m calling Jenna or myself a pig – but on Saturday we did go to the market… actually we were the market. The farmer’s market that is! On Friday night (after we got back to Teller) Jenna and I got down to baking! We […]

Telling about Teller!

Telling about Teller!

So yesterday we took a little field trip to Teller – which is an Eskimo village about 70 miles (a good 2 hour drive) from Nome. We went to do a “Summercise” for just a day, but at least give the kids in the village […]



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