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From object to history

NOST 200, Research in the North, is a core course in Yukon College’s various Northern Studies programs. Each year, the class develops a group research project to challenge their skills at discovering information and evidence and presenting it. 99 more words


Shadowing William Scouse

A few years ago, my son Forrest Pass, a historian at the Canadian Museum of History, told me that he was in the process of looking at (with hope of acquiring for the Museum) a remarkable diary. 498 more words

Missing Hiker Chris Fowler

For over a month there has been a massive search for Chris “Sherpa” Fowler who is a thru-hiker on the Pacific Crest Trail. He was last seen at White Pass on October 12th. 306 more words

Train in the Station

This is the White Pass and Yukon Railway Train pulled into the station in Carcross, Yukon Territory in Canada. It looked like a model train set to me.

2,650 Miles, 166 Days Later

Written and Edited at Home

Greetings from Iowa City, Iowa! It is surreal to be walking on these familiar streets again, yet here I am, minus a heavy backpack and no seemingly straight-forward trail to follow. 1,783 more words

Camping dry run before NWP/IDBDR

Well, it has been just over two years since my last post. It has been hard to write anything up after the epic Alaska adventure as everything since then just seems trivial. 444 more words


White Pass

The next day we booked it into White Pass for a nero. A twenty four mile nero… So you know. Luckily for us it was an easy day, basically a very subtle uphill until a big down to the pass at the end. 398 more words

The Pacific Crest Trail