So, why do they call it Chicken?

You should see the "So, why do they call it Chicken?" page for this one.

Is there any electricity in Chicken?

Nope. Most people use generators.

Well then what about phones? Huh?

Nope, no phones either. That means no Internet access for those that can imagine the possiblity. The website is maintained outside of Chicken.

What about mail?

What about it?

Do you get any?

Yes, mail arrives by plane Tuesdays and Fridays of every week. Chicken has had continual mail service since 1906

Okay. So, where are the bathrooms?

Chicken has no central plumbing. But you're welcome to use the outhouse.

Oh. How many people live in Chicken anyway?

It varies. The year-round population is usually between 17 and 37, depending on who you ask. Miners in the summer boost the population up to over 100.

How can I get Chicken merchandise?

A number of people have asked this. At this time, there is no way to take orders over the web -look for the possibility this summer. You can e-mail me if you have a specific question.

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