Saturday, July 30, 2011

"South Kotzebue, looking 'south' towards Choris Peninsula, Alaska. Notice that the beaches are both right and left on this peninsula affording a great opportunity of camping and beach combing. Many variety of Woolly Mammoth tusks have been discovered along both sides of these coastlines as the entire area is a Pleistocene Ice Age deposit. This region is laced with ancient dwellings of historic, prehistoric and paleoInuit sites that have never been archaeologically disturbed. I have spent years in these areas and never have as yet view it all. The discovries is a life long quest, and never disappointed."
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