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History Channel - In Show Narration - Backroad Truckers - Cool - Dude - Surfer - TV - Attitude

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Middle Aged (35-54)


North American, US General American (GenAm)


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on an ice road east of Yellowknife in Canada's Northwest Territories looked at it, I got another two hours so I get to the place where I'm supposed to drop off veteran hotshot driver Dale Christenson is far from home. I've been doing this a long time. It's never been easy. It's really tough to be away from my family on the road. After four days of driving, he's finally closing in on his destination remote diamond mine accessible only by ice road here. All right, dale's been dragged into a snowbank. Now something's wrong with his truck. Back roads are etched across the landscape of western Canada like the rugged gold rush trails that grew to become the highways of today. They're critical gateways for the industries they supply with the territory covering B. C. Alberta, the Yukon and Northwest Territories barrier BC is ground zero for back road. Hot Shotting. Big Donnie Kleinfeld er is the king. I'm the boss. I've been hearing this 35 years. What's going on dale? How was that one? Unbelievable But hot shotting isn't the only business in his empire in 2.6 km turn right on Highway 23 in southern British Columbia. Angela is pushing towards her destination on her first hotshot for big Donny. I have devised a plan and the map has showed me a little bit of a shortcut. Might be part of an old highway. Angela's shortcut follows an old supply trail that used to bring goods and people to the booming mine town of Sand in and it could carve a big chunk of time off her trip once a booming silver mining town, sand in B. C, is now virtually abandoned. Al needs the hotplate to repair a pipe feeding the hydro electric generator. The 124 year old powerhouse was built during the Silver Rush to supply the town. Today, it delivers power directly to the grid.