In 1980, the US government banned new human occupation in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska, a protected area home to thousands of native animals and pristine terrain spanning roughly the size of South Carolina. Currently, only a handful of families spread across seven permitted cabins are allowed to remain in the refuge. Within less than one hundred years, all remaining permits will reach expiration, and there will be no human presence left. The Last Alaskans documents the lives of some of the most isolated people in America – the last of their kind – as they struggle and thrive in Alaska’s untouched wilderness located hundreds of miles from roads, civilisation and each other.
Each of the Moonshiners shares personal Christmas traditions, and we learn some history behind traditional Appalachian holiday celebrations. Tim celebrates holiday traditions with his firehouse family by throwing a Christmas Dinner Fundraiser at the firehouse. Josh cuts the best Christmas tree for his daughter and helps her decorate it with some homemade cookie ornaments. Mark and Jeff take part in a hog hunt to catch the main course for their big holiday dinner. Bill handcrafts some chairs for his parents Christmas gifts, and Tickle offers everyone some holiday tips.
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