Dev Dharm Khalsa
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Mim Easton commented on Dev Dharm Khalsa's blog post Serpentine Hot Springs/Iyat
"Hi Dev!  So great to see your photos and read about your adventures this summer. Love it!"
Jul 24, 2013
Joe Thurston commented on Dev Dharm Khalsa's blog post Serpentine Hot Springs/Iyat
"Those mosquitos sound like something from a horror movie. <shudder>!"
Jul 15, 2013
Dev Dharm Khalsa posted a blog post

Serpentine Hot Springs/Iyat

Swarms of mosquitoes await us just outside of the Serpentine (called 'Iyat' in Inupiat) bunkhouse. The constant whirring of those little wings is relentless – these mosquitoes are serious about their ‘blood’ business. I’ve tried 30-minute intervals of DEET poisoning, mosquito headnets, and wearing multiple layers of clothing, but…See More
Jul 5, 2013
Joe Thurston commented on Dev Dharm Khalsa's blog post Reflections on Bering Land Bridge; Solstice day
"Hi Dev. Great post! I like the little bits of historical insight that you provide. I'd really like to see some video from your trip to Serpentine Hot Springs. Please share it here if you can!"
Jul 3, 2013
Dev Dharm Khalsa commented on Dev Dharm Khalsa's blog post Reflections on Bering Land Bridge; Solstice day
" Hey Rachel, I don't think we have a trip planned to Kotz but I'd really love to get up there if it's possible. And I will let you know if I do!"
Jun 29, 2013
Rachel Swanson commented on Dev Dharm Khalsa's blog post Reflections on Bering Land Bridge; Solstice day
"Hey Dev, I'm working as the SCA for the rest of the Western Arctic National Parkland Parks (Kobuk Valley National Park, Cape Krusenstern National Monument, and Noatak National Preserve) up here in Kotzebue, Alaska. Really exciting to read your…"
Jun 28, 2013
Dev Dharm Khalsa's blog post was featured

Reflections on Bering Land Bridge; Solstice day

It is solstice day in the land of the midnight sun. With over 21 hours of daylight, the summer sun truly does eternally shine on this prehistoric land. And so it is that, even though I grew up in the 'last frontier', I still find it difficult to find sleep with the sun blazing through the bedroom window at 10pm. But there are perks…See More
Jun 25, 2013
Dev Dharm Khalsa posted a blog post

Reflections on Bering Land Bridge; Solstice day

It is solstice day in the land of the midnight sun. With over 21 hours of daylight, the summer sun truly does eternally shine on this prehistoric land. And so it is that, even though I grew up in the 'last frontier', I still find it difficult to find sleep with the sun blazing through the bedroom window at 10pm. But there are perks…See More
Jun 22, 2013
Dev Dharm Khalsa is now a member of Conservation Nation
Jun 4, 2013

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Which Describes You Best?
Currently in the field or about to go to field
SCA Program Type
Internship, AmeriCorps
Program Year
2013
Program Name
National Park Service Academy
State Where you serve(d)
Alaska
If employed, who is your employer?
Bering Land Bridge NP
If a partner or agency, organization name
NPS
Position
Multimedia Development Intern

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Serpentine Hot Springs/Iyat

Posted on July 5, 2013 at 4:29pm 2 Comments

Swarms of mosquitoes await us just outside of the Serpentine (called 'Iyat' in Inupiat) bunkhouse. The constant whirring of those little wings is relentless – these mosquitoes are serious about their ‘blood’ business. I’ve tried 30-minute intervals of DEET poisoning, mosquito…

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Reflections on Bering Land Bridge; Solstice day

Posted on June 22, 2013 at 5:30am 3 Comments

It is solstice day in the land of the midnight sun. With over 21 hours of daylight, the summer sun truly does eternally shine on this prehistoric land. And so it is that, even though I grew up in the 'last frontier', I still find it difficult to find sleep with the sun blazing through the bedroom window at…

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