ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.



ARCTIC CIRCLE

These photographs represent in part a journey taken from Vancouver, BC to Inuvik, the northernmost town in Eastern Canada accessible without the use of ice roads. In a 1983 VW air-cooled Vanagon named Lola, with compadres Julian and Nacho, we traversed approximately 5,000 km in 2 1/2 months of camping, and we only broke down 17 times.