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Old 03-13-2020, 05:46 AM   #15
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We did the ALCAN last summer which goes through northern BC and the Yukon. No poison gas.
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Old 03-13-2020, 05:52 AM   #16
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They were leaking all over the place. I know you work in that industry but thereís no defense for that. Destruction of the environment and absolutely hazardous. Like I said we got the hell out of there and would never go back.

So I assume youíll be touring by bicycle in the future?
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In 2015, our family rented a 45' Renegade Super C and drove from Chicago to Alaska and back (8,400 miles in 30 days). The 5 of us had the time of our lives and that trip ended up confirming for my wife and I that we wanted to go fulltime...which we did starting in Nov 2018. One of our sons loved Alaska so much that he now lives there. We wrote a blog that's still online to record the trip. Its in reverse order - end to beginning, but you'll get the idea.

http://adventuresuppnorth.blogspot.com
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Old 03-16-2020, 12:44 PM   #18
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I hope your borders will be back open soon! We love our Canadian neighbors!

Also, Canada is not allowing ANY cruise ships through June 30. (which means no Alaska cruises until then, due to Maritime law which requires the ships to stop at a foreign port before returning to the states).
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Then I suppose you werenít on the same road we were on. This was in northern BC.
We didnít see anything like this when we did BC up through the Cassiar and then back on the AK Hwy in summer of 2018. Didnít see anything like that in AK or the Yukon up to Dawson City or in the NWT to Inuvik and then to tuktoyaktuk. Dempster was gravel but other than that we only saw maybe 50K total of gravel road.

Donít take your rig on the Dempster. Road isnít bad but if it rains itís hell to get the crud off. We left the MH in Dawson and took the Jeep.
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