Odds 'n' sods: No good deeds go unpunished at drill job in the Yukon

Our company was completing a drill program out of Mayo, Yukon Territory, in February 1996. We had to build an ice bridge over the McQuesten River, plus 21 km of winter road to the top of Red Mountain (5,000 feet...

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