The kids have different money games that they play on the wharf. They play for quarters, loonies and two dollar coins.
They seem to hane lots of fun.
Equipment: Some quarters and loonies along with a good attitude.
The Nainmiut love fishing and fish is a geat big bit of their diet. So in the run of a week you may eat the orange row of fresh sea urchins seal with bannock and wind dried fish that is called PITSIK. You will also eat fried Arctic Char, dried capelin and fish-head soup which is considered a local delicacy
Equipment: Bring a fishing pole a good attitiude and some hooks.
Mount Sophie is the most prominant feature around Nain. When you walk to the top of Mount Sophie from Nain, you find a slightly larger hill again just to the south of it but if you look north across Nain Harbour then you look over Nain Hill and can see for miles and miles. You can even see the snowy peaks of the Kiglapaitt Mountains.
In the spring, the Nainmiut becaome relally keen about stick ball and games are everywhere.
Equipment: One stick, one ball, lotsa friends and lotsa attidute.