About The Lone Alaskan Gypsy
The Lone Alaskan Gypsy was born by the name of Dawn Webb on April 5th 1992 in a small town in Illinois called New Windsor. She grew up with a wild yearning to aimlessly wander and at the age of eighteen set foot on a path to as far north as she could go. Alas, she ended up in Alaska where she planted herself down and remains still today. She ventures around Alaska often and even beyond the state boarders on a rare occasion- but her home sits on the banks of the Yukon River in a little Yup'ik Eskimo community in Western Alaska called Mountain Village. She spends her time between her little plywood-walled cabin out west and the Anchorage, Kenai, Fairbanks, and Juneau areas.
Her hobbies include an array of things but in order to best understand her, she'd rather just list out a bunch of things she loves, let you find common ground, and then befriend you based on something she loves- that you love as well. So without further ado- a list of things the Lone Alaskan Gyspy adores...
Bones and Skulls
Little Waterfalls In Small Streams
Long Flowy Skirts
Lots of Jewelry Being Worn At The Same Time
The Way People Get Really Giggling Late At Night
Early Morning Philosophical Discussions
The Sound Of Really Strong Winds
The Yukon River
Old Books, And Libraries Full of Such Books
Pencils and Notebooks
Letters In The Mail
Absolutely Any Animal
And Absolutely Any Plant
30 Degree Fahrenheit Days With Sunshine And Snow on the Ground
Really Loud Obnoxiously Happy Laughter
Crafting, Making Art, Anything Creative
Music Of All Kinds
The Silence That Happens Early Early In The Morning
Children's Answers To Adult Questions- Like 'What Is Love?'