Welcome To My Online Caravan
Welcome, welcome. Come in- come in to the online caravan of the Lone Alaskan Gypsy. IIgnore the abundance of books and beads. I apologize for the mess, but my life is best lived in happy disorder. Have some tundra tea, have a seat. My name is Dawn, but I'm better known as (if you hadn't already guessed) the Lone Alaskan Gypsy. I'm a wild barefoot woman wandering the forests and mountains of Alaska. To buy food and clothing and feed for my many pets, I collect coins by offering an array of services and novelties. Those services and novelties can be found at many fairs, festivals, and markets around Alaska- but they can also be found here, on my online version of my in-person caravan. Feel free to explore.
I'm a writer by nature and have a published collection of stories and ramblings that you can find on my 'Writings' page. Many of my stories can be found for free online, but others are for sale in cheap paperback format (and even cheaper eBook format).
I spend a lot of my time handcrafting little northern gifts, all of which can be found on my 'Handcrafted Trinkets' page. There, you'll be able to drift through everything from fur bracelets to key chains to charms and other knick-knacks.
As a lover of all living things- whether they are furry or feathery or scaly or green- my caravan is full of plants and animals. The animals, my dear- are most certainly not for sale. But the plants, they breed quite fast and I'm often looking to find them new and wonderful homes. You can find my current array of available living fellows on my 'Plants' page.
And last, but not least, I am the infamous and only reader of Alaskan runes- a set of 24 small carved wooden circles featuring a selection of Alaskan objects with different meanings that can be read to tell fortunes, answer questions, and for mere entertainment. For more about my fortune telling, visit my 'Runes Readings' page.
Thank you for visiting my dear wandering soul. I hope you enjoy your time here as much as I appreciate your company. Take as long as you'd like, my door is always open and visitors are always welcome.