They don’t live in igloos
Here’s something that might confuse the stereotypical side of you. Did you know that people in Alaska don’t live in igloos? Well, at least for the most part. There’s probably an odd guy or two who’s abandoned hope for mankind and is living off the grid somewhere in Alaska’s snow desert.
No, folks, people in Alaska are just like the rest of us. They have homes, apartments, get their overpriced coffee at Starbucks, and probably yell at their neighbors as often as we do. You might find an igloo or two somewhere, but they’re used for emergency huts for hunting.