Dinosaurs, Chainsaw Carvings, and Changing Landscapes 

Hey everyone! Go North Episode 7 is now available to watch on YouTube.

In this episode, we visit 3 small towns in British Columbia that you've never heard of before, but that each has a unique story worth telling. Dinosaur tracks found by two young boys in Tumbler Ridge revitalized a dying town, the Chainsaw Carving Competition of Chetwynd has created a city of wooden art, and the impending flooding of the Peace River Valley that has a community holding it's breath.

Watch it and read more on our website: Alaska Highway Detour | Episode 7
Where are we now?
Our content is about a month behind, and we are no longer in Canada. We recently did a LIVE CHECK-IN on the Lance Facebook Page from Coldfoot, Alaska! You can watch the replay over on their Facebook Page (and follow them if you want to catch live biweekly updates from us!) or on our website in our recent post about Driving the Dalton Highway. We share some tips and experience if you're curious or interested in making this drive yourself!

We are now working our way toward the Arctic Ocean at the town of Tuktoyaktuk. Stay tuned!
Thanks so much for watching and reading, and happy trails!

- Caitlin, Tom, Mocha & Bella
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