Kotzebue, AK

Out near the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in western Alaska lies the village of Kotzebue.  With a population slightly over 3,200 people and a total area of fewer than twenty nine square miles, Kotzebue lies a chilly thirty three miles north of the Arctic Circle.  A short block away from Kotzebue Gun & Pawn is this doll-sized track.

I’m pretty sure the shape just north of it is a baseball field of some sort.  Here is a picture of the track with a scale, so you can get a good idea of how really quite tiny it is.

Maybe they play croquet on that square inside it.


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One Response to Kotzebue, AK

  1. Linda Hill says:

    You figure there’s a lotta miniature horses in the Arctic?

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