I got this in the passaround in the lending library.
Really an excellent movie. I loved Anabella Piagatuk's tool kit, and her practical approach to life on the tundra.
Traditional tools seem to have great form and function, and on a recent trip to SE Alaska I looked for a handmade ulu. I encouhtered a set of ulus made by Maynard Linder and ended up with 2 for my kitchen. Today my4th ulu arrived...a large sewing ulu, made by Maynard Linder in Homer Alaska.
This one has about a 4.5 inch cutting edge and a very nice piece of Steller's SeaCow bone for a handle. Maynard has used vintage hand saw steel and a convex edge.
I have a moccasin repair project in progress...I should see if I can find the Snow Walker
to watch once more to inspire me.