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  1. Deadhorse, Alaska - a 8,856 mile adventure in Gladiator Rubicon

    Hopefully you didn't have to spend too much time there. It looks like a really tough place to work, especially in the winter. One person told us that many of the crews work 2 weeks on, 12 hour days, then the company flies them home for 2 weeks off. That's a job for young people. I hope they get...
  2. Deadhorse, Alaska - a 8,856 mile adventure in Gladiator Rubicon

    LOL And I thought I wouldn't notice a little dirt on a white truck.
  3. Deadhorse, Alaska - a 8,856 mile adventure in Gladiator Rubicon

    Dead horse is a big industrial zone. You can't get near the water, because access is controlled by some big corporation. We tried, but were stopped by the guy in the booth in the middle of the road who comes out yelling at you, and waving his arms like a madman. (My wife somehow hurt her arm...
  4. Deadhorse, Alaska - a 8,856 mile adventure in Gladiator Rubicon

    My wife and I drove our new Gladiator from California to Deadhorse, Alaska, an 8,856 mile adventure. As soon as the Canadian border opened to U.S. citizens on August 9th, 2021, we crossed into Canada on our way to Alaska. What beautiful country they have in British Columbia, The Yukon, and of...
  5. NorCal Gladiator Folk?

    Hey Scott, I bought mine from Elliot in Salt Lake too! We ordered on April 30th, and picked it up about a month later. Elliot was a great guy to work with, and we got a great deal. We made it a quick road/camping trip. We drove Highway 80 to Knolls Off-Highway Vehicle Special Recreation...
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