Across The Lake
When it's cold and it's a holiday, seemed like a good time to take one more look at some of the Christmas letters while the wind was blowing and the young buck had left the bird feeder emptied once again. Merry Christmas, I thought and said it aloud in Inupik, an Alaskan native tongue. "Jutdlime pivdluarit ukiortame pivdluarittlo" is how Tina Carlson spelled it out.
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