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skierd
skierd SuperDork
2/25/16 6:51 p.m.

Oh it's finished, but every time I tried to post the rest it crashed the page.

skierd
skierd SuperDork
3/6/16 6:27 p.m.

You can finish the ride here:

http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/chasing-dreams-vol-2.767414/

crankwalk
crankwalk Dork
4/11/16 8:23 p.m.

I just read the rest of the thread over at ADVrider.

" Screw Canada and their inability to keep their ONE SINGLE ROAD in the Yukon open and clear of snow. And its not like they weren't plowing, its just that the plows that were out were merely skimming the surface of the snow picking off maybe the top 1/4" of snow. Maybe they get paid by the hour or something. For the privilege I paid $1.50 more per gallon for gas, 2x as much for food, and wasted most of a day flailing around on roads I had no business being on yet. I have never been so happy to see the United States, with its functioning snow removal equipment, cheap fuel, less expensive food, and actual highway maintenance."

Having done that road in the winter, I know exactly that feeling. Rolling in to Tok, buying that cheap gas again, not seeing signs in French or the metric system.... makes you hear the Star Spangled Banner in your head. I can't imagine doing that on a bike in the winter. A Jeep on mediocre all seasons was sketchy enough at times.

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