Several sheds along the beach were being lived in by local Inuit people.
Adamee and Lisa are retired. After raising five children, owning a house and two cars, and working all their lives, they've decided to shed their material life and go back to basics.
Berries grow wild all over the tundra and in the fall they are plentiful and a popular pass time for locals.
Steven manages a small recycling facility collecting aluminum cans throughout the year. Every six months they bag the cans up and tow them out to a ship that takes them back to the mainland to be reprocessed.
Thousands of these chain links were buried in the sand near the beach. Each one is about 24 inches in length and weighs about 200 pounds. They're probably used to prevent erosion.
We would often see Jacobie pouring himself a coffee in the Grind and Brew Cafe. They were always free for him.
A stack of oil barrels lying on the tundra unattended.
Real estate prices in Iqaluit are out of sight. Houses of this quality and size are worth around $750,000 Canadian.