A horse in winter coat. Neighboring young folks who owned horses were often allowed to tie their horses near Virgil's airstrip and on the hill in front of his house where he generously planted oats and timothy hay.
Virgil Dahler's airstrip, mile 89.5 Sterling Highway, Sterling, Alaska
KPC Anthropology Lab
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