In This Issue....From the Editor: The Fan Hitch... Enhanced
F.I.D.O.: Andrew Maher and Julia Landry
In the News
Out on the Ice: Three Days with ISDs in North Greenland
Two Friends, Fourteen Dogs…One Quest!
The Nunavut Quest’s 10th Anniversary Run
BAS Vignette: Lampwick Harnesses
Sledge Dog Memorial Fund Update
CAAT’s 2008 Northern Schedule
The Chinook Project Returns to Kimmirut
Product Review Update: Double Driver Sled
IMHO: On Feral Cats and Inuit Sled Dogs
Navigating This Site
Pingo Photo: Hamilton
Date: April 3, 2008
Subject: Inuit research project help
I am an anthropology student at the University of Connecticut. I am involved in a research project about how language affects culture, and am having a hard time locating a local Inuit speaker to do a translation for me. I was wondering if you or anyone in your organization would be willing to help me? I would really appreciate your help.
Thank you for your time.
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Date: April 7, 2008
Subject: "Means, Motive and Opportunity" - for malamute project in Spain
I write you from www.malamutedealaska.com, a project in Spain to promote the malamute as a working dog.
Early all here in Spain think that malamutes aren't good for work (mushing or pulling). That's why we created this portal web to promote the Alaskan Malamute, and show all that it's more than a beautiful dog.
We have read your article "Means, Motive and Opportunity" and we think it's a very interesting opinion. If you let us, we would like to translate it to Spanish, and publish it at our website. Of course, we'll add the link to the original article, and your name as author.
I have read some very interesting articles on your site. I am glad to have found people who really know the spirit of this special dog, and this kind of life. I think we can learn a lot from your experiences and your ideas.
Have a nice day!