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New York to Nome

New York to Nome - Rick Steber
"The year was 1936. The place was New York City, where two young office workers embarked on one of history's most remarkable expeditions. Amidst fanfare and press coverage, Sheldon Taylor and Geoffrey Pope started their canoe trip up the Hudson River to find their way to Alaska." 8000 miles later, "their bodies hardened and their souls changed forever," they arrived. Still the longest canoe trip in history.