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100 1  Loewen, Sara 
245 10 Gaining Daylight :|bLife on Two Islands 
264  1 Fairbanks :|bUniversity of Alaska Press,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (153 pages) 
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490 1  The Alaska Literary Ser 
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Giant Wings -- December --
       Woman Overboard -- To Know a Place -- Capacious -- 
       Unsinkable -- The Wait -- Hunger & Thirst -- Homing -- A 
       Lake By Any Other Name -- Elementary Love -- Pacific 
       Sandwiches -- Winter in June -- Hometown Ode -- Sea Chains
       Broken -- Fifteen Times over the Bridge -- Red Caviar -- 
       The Simple Life -- The Outlaws of Amook Island -- Cardinal
       Points -- Acknowledgments -- Sources -- Notes & Photo 
520    For many the idea of living off the land is a romantic 
       notion left to stories of olden days or wistful dreams at 
       the office. But for Sara Loewen it becomes her way of life
       each summer as her family settles into their remote cabin 
       on Uyak Bay for the height of salmon season. With this 
       connection to thousands of years of fishing and gathering 
       at its core, Gaining Daylight explores what it means to 
       balance lives on two islands, living within both an 
       ancient way of life and the modern world. Her personal 
       essays integrate natural and island history with her 
       experiences of fishing and family life, as well as the 
       challenges of living at the northern edge of the Pacific. 
       Loewen's writing is richly descriptive; readers can almost
       feel heat from wood stoves, smell smoking salmon, and spot
       the ways the ocean blues change with the season. With 
       honesty and humor, Loewen easily draws readers into her 
       world, sharing the rewards of subsistence living and the 
       peace brought by miles of crisp solitude. 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Loewen, Sara 
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830  4 The Alaska Literary Ser 
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