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Patrick Joseph Oyler

...journey across country to California. He enjoyed California life and worked many different jobs before making the great journey north to Alaska in 1977. In Alaska, he worked in the oilfields and became a top notch pipe welder for over 30 years.He...

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Brown Bears' rookie Rudin makes adjustment to speed of NAHL

...he did some research, Rudin, from a town of about 3,500 outside of Cleveland, began to see some pluses in his journey north. "I was looking forward to it," he said. "I'm an outdoorsy-type guy, and this is a good place for outdoorsy-type...

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A View Askew

...the day after the hamburger buns went moldy. Only the hardiest, already weeks-old produce attempted the arduous journey north. Even so, no matter how woody, pasty, squishy or limp the sea-weary emigrants were when they got off the boat, they...

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Happy People: A Year in the Taiga

Now Playing Synopsis: Filmmakers Dmitriy Yasyukov and Werner Herzog team to offer a portrait of the rugged, self-sufficient Siberian trappers who lead incredibly difficult yet fulfilling lives far outside the confines of contemporary society. Though the southern region of Siberia is populous and prosperous, a long journey north eventually leads to the village of Bakhita, on the edge of the Yenisei river. With a population of just 300, Bakhita is reachable only by helicopter or boat, and offers no telephone lines or running water. The lives of the people who live there have changed little in the last few hundred years, and as a result, they're experts in living off of the land. By examining the culture and traditions of Bakhita, Yasyukov and Herzog challenge our concept of what it really means to live a truly free life. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Werner Herzog Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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