It is my understanding that a friend of mine departed Kotzebue on a flight to Dahl Creek up the Kobuk River, a normal route for him. I have no idea what kind of a party the night before but since Kotzebue is a dry town, I suspect only Cola, 7 Up or coffee. Anyway, the GPS "could" have been off or he accidentally picked up a heading of 260 degrees true on departure out of Kotzebue instead of 100 degrees true to head upriver. Lots and lots of snow of course and low and behold, he comes upon this: (by clicking on photo, it opens up to about .5 MB and one photo I will upload later will open up to over 2 MB and talk about detail)
This photo is probably the best I have ever seen of Diomede on Little Diomede Island and another photo will following which shows the "runways" available near the town and with the Russian Big Diomede Island just a mile away in the background. My friend says on left downwind he would be in Russian airspace if landing on 36. It is a very interesting photo on possibly the most remote "airport" in the United States, landing on the frozen ice pack of the Bering Sea.