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Chris Lonergan

Jason, Roman, and Ryan -

Many miles down and some of the toughest left to go. What are you going to do when you reach your goal? Was there any room in the backpacks for a special home brew to celebrate?

Jason - you are a long ways from the comforts of a casul day rinding the Sierra Nevadas on your snow board. This is an incredible adventure - more power to you and your partners.

All our best,
Chris, Susan, Quin, Brenna, and Connor Lonergan

mary lou

hi jason,

we think of you often here at safehaven and wondering how things are going. karol f sent us an update so we know so far you are alive and well despite the mosquitos. hoping your good luck and weather contiue.

we miss your contagious smile

marylou thompson

Jack

Where the heck are all the pictures of your trip (maybe I just missed 'em on your site)? I rafted almost 2000 miles of the Yukon river (from Whitehorse to the Pacific) and I took a few pictures that I enjoy reviewin' on occasion. I'd very much like to see where you went. Readn's good but see'n better in my book. Jack

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    In June 2006, adventurers Roman Dial, Ryan Jordan, and Jason Geck will attempt the first unsupported trekking traverse of America's most remote wilderness - Alaska's western North Slope and Brooks Range - a distance of 1,000 km (600 miles).
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