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What a great site! I happened upon it looking for information on what the road is like between Grand Cache and Grande Prairie for the road trip I'm planning around northern BC and Alberta. The AMA and the Alberta Highways sites couldn't tell me about the road, but you did. Your photos and stories are wonderful to wander through and they bring back memories of my favourite road trip ever through Alaska and the Yukon. Looking forward to following in your footsteps.
Vancouver, BC Canada - Wednesday, July 16, 2003 at 16:39:12 (EDT)
Thank you so much for your wonderful journal of your 2001 trip north to the Arctic. Your information and comments have been very helpful to us as we prepare to leave for our five week road trip from California to Inuvik and back. We hope we can also help other travellers by posting a journal of our adventures this summer.
Bob Shayler <weiyee@mac.com>
Castro Valley, CA USA - Saturday, June 28, 2003 at 20:25:36 (EDT)
Igor - You are the best! I love the photo of me and Greg on your home page...you are so sweet!!! :) Thank you for EVERYTHING you did to help with the wedding, most importantly with the favors...EVERYONE loves them, and it is due to you and all your hard work. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! :) We love you! Jenn (and Greg)
Jenn Schmiel Zschunke <jenn_schmiel@yahoo.com>
Atlanta, GA USA - Saturday, May 31, 2003 at 13:52:44 (EDT)
Surfed to your page while looking for tips on the Dempster Highway. Loved your stuff! Great photos as well. Well done. I'm planning a trip north from my home in southern British Columbia. I'm headed up to the Alaska Highway then on the Dempster to Inuvik. I'll be following your trail for alot of your northern journey. Last year I drove to some 44 states in your country. Loved it, especially the Blue Ridge Parkway/Skyline Drive. I'm also really fond of the 4 corners area. Southern Utah has some of my favorite spots to get away from it all. Maybe we'll meet on the road somewhere!
Mike Fulton <mikefulton@shaw.ca>
Coquitlam, BC Canada - Monday, May 26, 2003 at 04:34:27 (EDT)
Great page Igor. I checked it out last night, but only got thru part of it. Look forward to looking at the rest of your travel journals and pictures!! Keep up the good work!
Katy G.
Canton, Oh. USA - Saturday, May 17, 2003 at 14:58:26 (EDT)
Congratulations to your nephew and his new wife. May is a great month for love. I hope you are well. I see that you have been enjoying life, as I always hoped you would and still do. Kevin gets married in September. I was happy to see you kept First Night alive still---always and forever, Me
Julianna <ohlone2u@yahoo.com>
Fremont, USA - Friday, May 16, 2003 at 01:26:38 (EDT)
I stumbled on to your web site journal of your journeys across America. I found your site doing a web search on "New England, North Dakota." Often I find travel journals simply by entering a city and state into a search engine. I picked up reading your journal from Michigan and then west and will likely read the whole thing. Very nice travel journal and great pictures. I've been to many of the places you've traveled to and it brings back great memories. Of particular interest, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site outside Williston, North Dakota. My brother, Paul Hedren, was superintendant of the park in the '80s and headed up the restoration of the fort. It was with his effort and the tremendous efforts of the citizens of Williston and local communities that this restoration came to be. As I come across other interesting locales, I'll enter more in your guestbook.
John Hedren <hedrenj@anagramintl.com>
Deephaven, MN USA - Friday, May 09, 2003 at 17:18:33 (EDT)
We love the USA!!!!
Alica & Nadine
Germany - Wednesday, May 07, 2003 at 05:21:04 (EDT)
This site is a wonderful journey in itself. You have put so much into it. Thank you for making it available for others to see. Sure envy you your trip. Now that I have found it, I can refer my friends that are headed to the Yukon to see what there is to see. I enjoyed your section on Keno City - as I grew up in that area, and the mining museum has all the junk from our basement in it!!
Arvita Cotter <arvitac@yahoo.com>
Squamish, BC Canada - Saturday, April 26, 2003 at 07:36:07 (EDT)
Thank you for this site! I found it while doing a search for the Lost Bridge in North Dakota. My wife was the sculptor who created the bronze memorial. I'd been looking all over for the one photo I have of it, and finally decided to see if there was a picture of it on the Internet, but I certainly didn't get my hopes up. It was amazing and wonderful how quickly I found your site and the very nice photo. As I'm sure you'll agree, it's a beautiful area, but so remote that a person really doesn't just pass through that way every day! Thanks for doing such a fine job showing what a beautiful place North Dakota really is.
Jeff Eslinger <kesling@tic.bisman.com>
Bismarck, ND USA - Friday, April 04, 2003 at 00:57:40 (EST)
nice site
Sarge <sarge200@mail.com>
USA - Thursday, April 03, 2003 at 16:34:44 (EST)
Igor, I just found your web site quite by accident while looking for some information about the Cassiar Highway to share with a friend who is planning the trip this Summer. I made the Alaska trip in August and September of 2002. Your wonderful photos sure take me back. I envy you all the good weather. It was good to finally see some of the places that were in the clouds as I traveled up to Hyder. I saved the Dempster Highway, Inuvik, and Tuk for last. Your trip and web site was truly a monumental undertaking. It is one of the best collections of Alaska, Yukon, and NWT photographs in one place on the Internet. It was great reading about some of the nice people that I met on my trip. I especially remember Chuck at the Border Bandit, Diana at the Bus, and I will never forget Fred all of Hyder. I remember Maureen at Tuk and Simon is the one who taught me to pronounce Tuktoyaktuk. It's a small world. I don't know how you kept the information about all the places straight but I did notice one place where the photos are out of synchronization with the narration. Just thought that you might want to have a look and make the necessary corrections. In your Dempster Highway log for August 29, your first ferry crossing would have been at the Peel River just south of Fort McPherson. That is the smaller ferry that operates on a cable. The larger ferry is actually on the mighty Mackenzie River. It serves the town of Arctic Red River (Tsiigehtchik) but does not actually cross the Arctic Red River. Thank you again for sharing your memories and photographs of the people and places along your journey. Sincerely, Craig Nold Gilliam, Missouri
Craig Nold <cnold@mid-mo.net>
Gilliam, MO USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2003 at 19:07:54 (EST)
I will assume the "museum" you are referring to in 2001 trip passing through Redmond was the one at Petersen's Rock Garden? I am not originally from Oregon and had trouble finding this one myself, but it is there! Once you follow the signs to the road it's on, there are no more signs, you just kind of have to figure out how far you've gone (odometer is good for this) and take a guess. Anyhow, interesting trip. Good luck on any future ones!
Sarah <hwgypsy@hotmail.com>
Redmond, OR USA - Tuesday, February 25, 2003 at 18:40:01 (EST)
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Italy - Friday, February 21, 2003 at 07:32:29 (EST)
This is some Site, Igster, and that was some trip. Thanks for all the work and for having the balls to express yourself.
Deutschland - Tuesday, February 11, 2003 at 14:15:17 (EST)
I stoped buy to say...HI Igor. It was great talking with you at the meeting. I put my address and Jason's too, so we can keep in touch. Talk care........
Larry and Jason Stroll <lstroll@neo.rr.com/ kc8lin@neo.rr.com>
N. Canton, OH USA - Sunday, January 19, 2003 at 17:04:35 (EST)
We enjoyed your visit 1 year ago. Wish you would return when our weather was good and we could spend more time together. Your Florida Friends, Coyne and Mark
Coyne and Mark <CoyneMark@aol.com>
Pensacola, FL USA - Saturday, November 16, 2002 at 13:40:05 (EST)
Came across your site because the Toad River web page resides on my Campground Directory. If you don't mind, I'll put a link to your 2001 index page on my links page. From what I've read your diaries will be helpful to my 'book and map customers. Rodg Found www.karo-ent.com
Rodger Found <plyn@karo-ent.com>
Merrillan, WI USA - Friday, October 04, 2002 at 13:31:59 (EDT)
It was so much fun finding this page by accident. You see, On September 27,2000 I left NJ on a goal to drive across country via every state but Alaska. I Did this in my 1969 VW Camper mini bus. I did not have as much time as you did but was able to complete my road trip by December and put aprox 15,000 miles on the auto. Prior to this trip I had driven across country 14 times but this was the first time that I went to all the state on one trip. Everybody need to do this once in their life. I am so glad to see that you did this! Congratulations!!!
CJ Snyder <Spotmctavish@hotmail.com>
Savannah, GA USA - Saturday, September 28, 2002 at 06:15:59 (EDT)
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Yarmouth, ME USA - Saturday, July 20, 2002 at 11:01:56 (EDT)