Tuntutuliak is a small, remote, Yup'ik Eskimo village on Qinaq River, about 40 miles from the Bering Sea. It has maybe 400 residents. It's 450 miles west of Anchorage. The state's road net doesn't come anywhere close. You fly in and out. Barge traffic comes in about six times a year. Boats and snow machines are used for travel in the immediate area.
David Miller moved out there from Philadelphia a year ago, to teach. And he started a blog: To Philly, From Alaska, w/love. You'll find short, well-written stories about daily life in Tuntutuliak, with lots of good pictures. Take a walk to the dump, catch a plane to nearby Bethel, celebrate Slaaviq.