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Nov 29 2013
Family Hopes to Save 30-Year Homestead PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 November 2013

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Members of the Malmberg family on the beach in front of their homestead on Dry Spruce Bay. (family photo)

 

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            A misjudgement of just a few dozen yards in the placement of a small house on a remote part of Kodiak Island over 30 years ago will likely result in a family of eight's hopes, dreams and history literally going up in smoke. KMXT's Jay Barrett has the story of Tom and Grace Malmberg and their homestead on Dry Spruce Bay. 

 
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