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Discussion in 'Americas' started by TravellingTartar, Jan 19, 2018.
We were so fortunate on june 3rd & 4th to have beautiful dry weather
Must've just crossed. I left Tuk on the 3rd!!
I believe I camped beside you in Eagle Plains, I left before breakfast because of your weather report- Great ride that morning. I miss being on the road and camping.
Thought you might all want to know. Apparently Tuk has already sold over 1200 stickers, in just one month! We're making a difference. I am currently drafting up a new set of stickers, and patches. We did good people!!
Good to hear!
You have no idea how bad I feel for you... Maybe we can go up together... Heck, I'll tow you if I have to!!
I found towing was pretty easy when Jim towed me to the small engine shop.
Gotcha, but I'll tow you all the way up the Dempster!! You are going to have to get to Tuk. No ands, if, buts or maybes.
You got that right! See you in December
Got to TUK on July 1 with lots of holiday activities going on but nothing open (that I could find) to buy anything. How can I get a Sticker or other items that would benefit Tuk?
I don't see a bike, how do we know you didn't drive a truck up there wearing gloves and a helmet?
Because I'm not a fucking asshole... Well, okay, sometimes (maybe) according to my wife, but not in this particular case. So now I made my own fucking sticker and will stand by to see how I can help and get one of those real stickers.
Please see my facebook page for more pics, news and buttery goodness.
Completed a solo North American Arctic Bifecta in a single trip.
Prudhoe Bay - 6/27/2018
Tucktoyaktuk - 7/1/2018
Here. hundreds of pictures. https://www.facebook.com/pg/TabascoADV/photos/
Does anyone know why they covered up the native language that was originally on the sign?
Thank you for asking, I was wondering what was under the white boards when we saw the sign on June 16th. I hope it was something simple like a spelling mistake and not something more.
Here is a picture of the sign before they covered the native language:
I finally made it to Tuk , after spending 2 and 1/2 weeks in Dawson trying to find a person smarter than myself, I gave up and fixed
my worn hub in a campsite by myself with the use of a hatchet
I was lucky enough to be there when the locals were harvesting the first Beluga whale of the season and got to try some raw Muk TuK
The Muskox chilli at Beluga Burgers is not to be missed , you can find it in the yellow tent next to Stantons
Hey Knight, glad to hear you sorted it out! You might be the first to ride from Ushuaia to Tuk!
@knight Respect, bro!