After almost 4 years traveling the contiguous US, it was time that we see some of Canada and Alaska.
Watch Go North Episode 1 and join us as we kick off our adventure!
It has always been our plan to do it with a truck camper because of being smaller and more flexible, while still having the capabilities of a truck. While we have never tried this form of travel we are very excited to be hitting the road!
The Expedition Begins: Go North Episode 1
The north had been calling to us. After 3 years of roaming the Lower 48 of the U.S., it was time to expand our horizons and look north. Tom grew up in Alaska as a child and had always wanted to return.
Our partnership with Lance Camper Manufacturing is helping us make our dream come true sooner that was initially planned.
Taking a Lance Truck Camper North
We are looking forward to testing out the Lance truck camper 1172 as we tackle our travel goals through Canada and Alaska, all the way to the Arctic Ocean. This journey is going to take us approximately 6-7 months covering around 10,000 miles.
We depart Lancaster, CA (where Lance is located) at the end of April to enter Canada in early May, and enter Alaska in early June. After exploring Denali, Fairbanks, the Dempster Highway all the way to the Arctic Ocean, and the Kenai Peninsula, we start making our way back south in mid-September and re-enter the Lower 48 in mid-October.
The Go North Expedition is made possible by Lance Camper Manufacturing, Battle Born Batteries, Truma North America, Dometic, LivinLite.net, Hellwig Suspension Products, and viewers like you through Patreon. Thank you!
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