Advertisements If not, you should. It's about trucking supplies to the diamond mines way up in the Northern Territories, a 300 mile trip one way, on roads they made on the ice. The ice shifts, cracks, and moves when it's driven on, and some drivers are veterans (21 and 25 years doing it), and others are newbies. They only have 2 months to do it in, tho last year they had a short season because of warm weather. Because they lost time last year, this year they have 10,000 loads to move in 8 weeks (if the weather holds). Maybe I'm into it cause DH drives truck, but since they have lost 39 drivers who have gone thru the ice and froze, I would never "let" him do it.(Even tho they can make $75,000 in those 8 weeks).