I am an ice road trucker
Living around the 50 mile mark of the Elliott highway and 65 miles North of Fairbanks Alaska and since I drive my truck on the same road that the TV ‘Ice road truckers’ drive on….maybe I am a mini ice road trucker. After all during normal winters that 50 miles is usually solid ice and I do drive a truck…yeah I know it is about 40,000 pounds shy of those big rigs but every single one of them passes my cabin as he heads on up to Prudhoe bay. If by chance you have watched the TV show ‘ice road truckers’ then you know of the Dalton highway. On the TV series you see it covered in snow and ice, here posted below are two home videos of one my trips up the road in late summer and a one minute clip from the opening of my new DVD. This road does not attract the number of tourist that the drive to Homer from Anchorage does because it is truly primitive, and I believe it is the last remaining example of travel through Americas last frontier.