Monika Rumbolt’s daughter, Abigail Crewe, looks out at Indian Cove from her great grandparents’ boardwalk. (Submitted by Monika Rumbolt)
This is a First Person column by Monika Rumbolt, a visual artist who identifies as Inuk from Nunatukavut. She now lives in Labrador City, N.L., with her spouse and daughter. For more information about CBC’s First Person stories, please see the FAQ.
It felt like a cool autumn afternoon, as northerly winds whipped across the stern of the boat, leaving streaks of briny ocean water against the windshield.
But it was actually late June as my atâtatsiak (grandfather) navigated the shallow ridges along the coastline, occasionally looking
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