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Indigenous woman living in community of 90 reveals how she travels 5 hours to run errands

A native Canadian woman who lives nearly 400 miles from her nearest town has become a viral sensation by talking about her life in a remote town of just 90 people.

Sinead Meader, from Beaver Creek, a Yukon community on the Canada-Alaska border, 538 miles from their nearest town, Whitehorse.

In a series of videos, she revealed how she has to travel five hours to get to her nearest supermarket — meaning she only makes the trip once every five to eight weeks.

Sinead, who works as a nutritionist, has explained how to prepare food and how the locals in her town have no addresses because everything is sent to one post office where they pick up their mail.

Sinead Meader, of Beaver Creek, Yukon, lives in a community of just 90 people on the Canada-Alaska border, 328 miles from their nearest town.

Sinead Meader, of Beaver Creek, Yukon, lives in a community of just 90 people on the Canada-Alaska border, 328 miles from their nearest town.

While the town has a small primary school, community center and emergency nurse – but they have to travel five hours to visit a hospital.

Sinead added that she regularly battles -4F (-20C) temperatures in the snow-filled city.

In one clip, she talks about taking an epic 677-mile journey to run errands.

Sharing a photo of her journey – along the Alaskan Highway – which she takes with her partner and their two dogs, she wrote: “It can be exhausting, but the view is definitely beautiful,” she said in a clip that reached almost 12 million people. was viewed times.

She went on to say that there is no telephone service during the five-hour journey.

Sinead has over 67,000 followers on TikTok and often shares insights into her remote lifestyle.

In a series of TikTok videos, the nutritionist has shared how to stock up on food and how locals in her town have no addresses because everything is sent to one post office where they pick up their mail.

In a series of TikTok videos, the nutritionist has shared how to stock up on food and how locals in her town have no addresses because everything is sent to one post office where they pick up their mail.

Pictured is Sinead's town of Beaver Creek

Pictured is Sinead's town of Beaver Creek

In a series of TikTok videos, the nutritionist has shared how to stock up on food and how locals in her town have no addresses because everything is sent to one post office where they pick up their mail.

In one video, she says she spent 400 Canadian dollars (314 USD, £235) on one grocery, but that she can easily spend 1000 Canadian dollars in one store.

The five-hour journey is nearly a full day of daylight in the winter months — and many sections of the road can only go as low as 30 miles per hour.

“We have a good supply of canned and frozen food, so we didn’t need too much this time,” she explains.

“We don’t get a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables, otherwise we have to eat them quickly or prepare them for freezing.”

She went on to say that the prices are comparable to much of Canada – but her groceries are made expensive by the five hours we drive and have to get a hotel room.

“It’s like a mini-vacation,” she added.

She went on to tell them to split the trip over two days to avoid a “whiteout”

Sinead, pictured in -20C weather, also revealed how the town has a small primary school, community center and emergency nurse — but they have to travel five hours to visit a hospital.

Sinead, pictured in -20C weather, also revealed how the town has a small primary school, community center and emergency nurse — but they have to travel five hours to visit a hospital.

Sinead, pictured in -20C weather, also revealed how the town has a small primary school, community center and emergency nurse — but they have to travel five hours to visit a hospital.

In one video, she says that she spent 400 Canadian dollars (314 USD, £235) on one groceries, but that she can easily spend 1000 Canadian dollars in one store.

In one video, she says that she spent 400 Canadian dollars (314 USD, £235) on one groceries, but that she can easily spend 1000 Canadian dollars in one store.

In one video, she says that she spent 400 Canadian dollars (314 USD, £235) on one groceries, but that she can easily spend 1000 Canadian dollars in one store.

“Visibility is limited even in bright conditions. Animals can run onto the road or you can break down. You may not see a car and have no cell service. I have to drive around 30 miles per hour in some areas,” she added.

“So no, the hotel room is not a waste of money.”

In the clips, she also explained how there is a small supermarket in town where you can get snacks and all sorts of things like bread, peanut butter, milk, but added that you pay a premium for this.

She also reveals how the long nights in winter are “not good for her mood” due to lack of sunlight, but that she has a SAD lamp.

Hundreds of her followers have also asked about her lifestyle – where she has revealed that her city has a police force – the Royal Canadian Mounted Police – often known as Mounties.

In one clip she tells how she has no home address and that mail arrives at the main post office once every three days.

From there she goes to pick up her mail from a locker.

“We don’t have a home address, we’re all just 1202 highway in Alaska,” she continued.

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