Shop and watch how the Ulu knives are made. Not really a place for kids, (Danger sharp objects) OK, they are in boxes. But, it's nice to see how they are made and what they are used for. There are a lot of souvenirs of ULU knives, but unless it's from the Ulu Factory, don't buy it. Not of good of quality. But, for a souvenir from Alaska for $3.00 not a bad deal. The real Ulu's will cost you close to $25.00. Oh and if you like Caribou Hot Dog's the vender is outside the door.
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