My friend and relative, Sonia Vent, shared about her experience of sewing a ruff made out of rabbit and marten fur. The ruff is for her granddaughter’s parka. A ruff keeps people’s face warm when they have it on a…
Marc Brown of Huslia and Fairbanks shared a great story about what it was like growing up in Huslia. He was reminiscing with this son, Sammy. He agreed to share it with Athabascan Woman Blog readers. Back in the Early…
Nakon’ Vent was always drawing since she was young. Her mother gave her an acrylic paint set when for her 22nd birthday. After discovering she liked it, she began saving up for more supplies and paints. She said, “I’ve never had any classes about painting or how to use acrylics, so I read up on the subject with every magazine or book I could find.”
Read more at: http://wp.me/p1hfmu-Ge
Rhoda Stertzer shares a story her late mother, Angeline Derendoff, shared with her about traveling between interior and western Alaska.
Story of Interior and Western Alaskan Travel on the Athabascan Woman Blog: http://wp.me/p1hfmu-G2.
We lived in a one-room cabin in the mid-1980s in Huslia. My dad worked out of town, so mom had to take care of all five kids (at the time) plus dad’s dog team. It was the house on the hill.
Read: Throwback Thursday – Athabascan Style on the Athabascan Woman Blog http://wp.me/p1hfmu-FV