Good Morning Friends, Part of the Riverboat tour took us to a replica of a Chena Athabascan Indian Village. We were taught so much about the lifestyle of this tribe; the college age girls who gave the tour also modeled traditional fur dressed and coats. I love that all those we heard talk about their heritage could tell us how many generations had lived this way. It was a hard life but one rich in tradition. The village consisted of cabins, trappers cabins, a salmon smokehouse, the chief's cabin, iron dog display, trading post, reindeer pen, food cache, animal fur display area. There were reindeer there as well-which are domesticated Caribou and they were beautiful. Here is a fish wheel that people still use today to catch Salmon.
Blessings on your day~
Noreen & Hunter
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