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What A great thread!
Here is my job. I drive these beasts while towing a pig of a barge that holds about 3-3.5 million gallons of petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel fuels, Avgas, and Jet A50. These pics were from 2011 Arctic Circle summer season. We have to fuel villages for their full years supply of fuel in the 3 months that the weather actually cooperates and their is no ice or serious storms. Sometimes the storms roll in and fawq a village for the fuel they need to survive. Which happened to my very boat a year ago and Nome had to have an emergency fuel delivery from a Russian nuke ice breaker!
Swapping this boat's barge and crew for ours in the Bering Sea. Behind them is a up hill landing strip and CIA listening station that is from the cold war era, now non operational. Yeah, right?! There sure is a lot of planes we see landing there for being decommissioned!
Sunrise In the Arctic Circle
Big Ugly with a lil love from above
Another beautiful sunrise in the Circle
Troy built 2010 Jeep SRT8, Dings Racing forged 392 stroker, boost reference return style fuel system, Mondello heads & manifold, ARH 1 7/8" LT's, Off road midpipe, stock cat back exhaust, ATI 17% OD pulley, Stage 6 2-step, Fluidyne radiator, PP built Nag1, remote transmission cooler, PP Dom. TC., 6,500 PTCM, Wavetrac rear LSD.