Dyckman had to pay $100 a night to stay in the only available lodging in Prudhoe Bay, this makeshift motel where patrons had to share bathrooms.
Published on August 13, 2006
Dyckman said that parts of rivers he passed on the way to Prudhoe Bay had unfrozen in the semi-warm temperatures of summer, and the Alaskan landscape was beautiful until he got into the tundra of the North.
Sharp rocks capable of puncturing tires on the road to Prudhoe Bay. The Road is also spotted with signs warning travelers about possible avalanches.
Roy Dyckman poses on his motorcycle in front of a sign along the Dalton Highway in Alaska to the Arctic Circle.
A park in Fairbanks, Alaska, has a marker indicating the distance to surrounding cities in miles and kilometers.
In Tok, Alaska, Dyckman came across this fence which is constructed entirely out of road signs.
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Published on August 6, 2006
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