By Scott O'Dell
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Ikuma has a great university, a greater college than the following. i go there subsequent week. i'll locate you a spot to reside. " My father got here out of the shed huddled up in his parka and grew to become clear of the ocean, blinking within the wan gentle, smiling a wan smile. 3 days later we moved to Ikuma, 40 miles from the seacoast. We hadn't a lot to move—the pot-bellied range, cooking pans, dishes, knives and forks, a barrel of smoked salmon, a barrel of seal meat, and the six caribou skins we slept on. We piled every little thing at the colossal sled and Bartok drove. He stood instantly at the runners. He seemed nearly the way in which he did ahead of these days at the floating ice. The canines have been desirous to cross. Mary okay. and that i received at the sled and coated ourselves with one of many caribou skins. My father cracked his whip. It curled round the canines' ears. once we got here to the hill that appears down on our village, my mom glanced again. "Bartok used to be born in Womengo," she stated quietly. "And his parents have been born in Womengo. Their mum and dad have been born in Womengo. it truly is unhappy that we'll now not see our village ever back. " "You will just like the new place," I acknowledged, even though I felt unhappy, too, and that i had no suggestion what the recent position will be like. My father cracked his lengthy whip back. He shouted on the canine and didn't glance again on the village or the frozen sea. five Ikuma used to be now not a village like Womengo. It had greater than one thousand humans, a publish workplace, cafés, and 3 shops in addition to a buying and selling put up. first and foremost, we lived at the some distance aspect of the river, on the fringe of the tundra, an exceptional treeless position. Our makeshift apartment was once made up of birches bent over and tied on the tops and lined with caribou skins. After a 12 months, after my father acquired good and located paintings with the Empire Canning corporation, we moved to a home on the town and that i had my very own room, the 1st one i might ever had. the college used to be a lot greater than the college in Womengo. there have been 3 academics. Helen Grammas taught English and historical past, similar to the structure and the progressive struggle. Ellen Dusek taught mathematics. John Seward taught geography and different issues. there has been additionally a church the place the Reverend Cartwright advised us approximately God and the satan, approximately heaven and hellfire. I obtained combined up hearing him, simply because I had consistently believed within the God Sila. Sila is a secret. He lives some distance except us, means off in nothingness. nobody has ever visible him. nobody has ever heard him communicate. yet he watches to work out that we don't damage the realm we are living in—the air and water, our pals the animals, the land and the sky. If we do damage them he'll develop into indignant and we all will vanish from the earth like mist within the morning. John Seward inspired us to play video games. He led the varsity band and taught me to play the trumpet. puppy sledding was once a truly well known game. the college had sleds, 3 canines to the sled, and he taught us the way to race. He may possibly do every little thing. The Yukon is a superb river for sleds. It winds from side to side like a enormous snake. And in areas it truly is greater than a mile extensive. while the ice is roofed with a mild snow and the canine can get a footing, the sleds fly.