Portraits of old crow

 
 
 

Old Crow may be a small place, but it lingers in hearts and minds long after a visit concludes.

We will remember the heat of the late-summer sun, big skies (often filled with the smoke from wildfires in Alaska), the scent of fresh cloudberries and Labrador tea wafting over Crow Mountain, the sizzle of just-caught Chinook salmon over a fire.

Most of all, we will remember and think of the people who call Old Crow home.

Thank you for your patience as we learned from you.

Thank you for making us feel so welcome.

Mahsi Cho.

The participants of Stories North 2019 put together this series of portraits to celebrate and honour you.