My niece and her husband are spending the winter caretaking a homestead on the absolute most western point of North America — a tiny spit on the Alaskan Penninsula, just a mile or so away from the 'city' of False Pass, on the first island in the Aleutian Chain, called Unimak.
This past week they had a visitor from Minnesota, who managed to make it in an out on schedule, despite an Arctic hurricane that descended on the them shortly after he arrived.
It was quite the adventure and you can read all about it here.
And while you're there, go ahead and subscribe to her blog. You won't be disappointed.