February 20 2019

Rendezvous Superstar competition

Croon your way to confidence

If you love to sing, but you’ve never stepped onstage in front of a crowd of people to do it, maybe you’ve just never had the proper motivation. How does $1,500 sound?

Let’s learn Gwich’in: Wildlife Alphabet

Arctic Fox – ch’ich’yāa Bear – shoh Caribou – vadzaih Ducks – dats’an Eagle – ch’izhìn Fish – tuk Grouse – daih Hawk – chinìitrān Inconnu – tuk Dagāii Jackfish – altin King Salmon – tuk choo Loon – ts’atvit Moose – dinjik sNipe – duh Otter – trūh Porcupine – ts’it sQuirrel – dlak …

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Extra cheesy diner-style omelette

Some people think that omelettes are light. With the addition of some toast and a light salad though, this hearty omelette could make for a filling supper.

Yukon See It Here – Jonny Wilkie

Jonny Wilkie submitted a collection of different photos, including these with early 20th century relics. Classic Yukon cabin walls familiar to those with cabin fever [box] We invite you to share your photos of Yukon life. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on and what camera equipment you used to [email protected][/box]


Let loose your inner kid

In the midst of Sourdough Sams, tattoo competitions, and beard and leg hair-growing contests, Yukon kids need a place to call their own during Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous.

Remembering a friend

I think almost everyone who was living in the Yukon at that time has probably figured out that I’m writing about Andy Philipsen. The courthouse is named after him.

Using their indoor voices

Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous mainstage is indoors this year. “(Being inside) is definitely a change and I hope that people embrace it,”

Do the sourdough sync

When it comes to the Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous lip sync competition, you might have to bring more of an A-game than you’d have to bring to a contest where you actually sing.

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