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David, Cyndi, Scott and Madilyn Foster (Smith)

Great job Jason. What an awesome accomplishment. We enjoyed reading the entries and anticipating what the next day would bring. Good luck Roman! We'll keep reading. Be safe!

jeffrey caldwell

good luck roman.good luck all!looking forward to meeting you this fall at APU.

Dylan Skola

Excellent. I've enjoyed following your adventure so far and can't wait for the rest of the photos to be uploaded. Congratulations and good luck.


Three Cheers!
Have loved following your trip, and look forward to more news and photos as well. Jason leaving is a bit worrisome - Roman, stay safe!

Is my math wrong, or will you be left with only one day's food for a two- to three-day hike?

Gil Aegerter

Go! Go! Go!

Bill Stephens

Roman- you are the man. Food with be awaiting you when you finish. The supplies that are left will give the energy and determination to get to the end. What a great experience!

Teresa McKibbin

Thank-you so much for posting your journey on line. I enjoyed reading about your adventure everyday. I'm sure your feet are glad that it is over. Great Job!!!

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What is Arctic 1000?

    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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