Aleutian village feeds power dreams
It is 2,000 miles from Anchorage to the tip of the Aleutian Islands — which is geographically in the Eastern Hemisphere — and small communities spread across the region are some of the most isolated in the world, some with a hundred or more miles of ocean between them and the neighbors.
The weather is tough, and the supply line is long.
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