'Alaska: The Last Frontier': Jewel's homesteading family gives roadkill for gag gifts

December is a big month for the Kilcher family of Homer, Alaska.Singer Jewel, granddaughter of Yule Kilcher, who left war-torn Europe for the Alaskan wilderness, has spent the month as a judge on the NBC a cappella music competition show "The Sing-Off," which wraps up its season Monday, Dec. 23.Meanwhile, her Uncle Otto, father Atz, and their homesteading wives and children are stars of the Discovery Channel reality show "Alaska: The Last Frontier." On Sunday, Dec. 22, fans can get a look at how the Kilchers celebrate Christmas.Asked what the holiday is like on an Alaska homestead, Otto Kilcher says, "You know, just bleak and dark, and hopefully we'll have some dried moose meat or something on the table."Actually, Kilcher might have more than moose meat, since he keeps cattle on his land.While he can't share details of what's going to be on the show, Kilcher gives an idea of how the family has celebrated...



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