In 1997, Ned Rozell walked the gravel road next to the trans-Alaska pipeline with his dog, Jane. In 2017, he walked those 800 miles again with his dog, Cora. What changed? What didn’t? When’s dinner going to be ready? Rozell, a science writer for the Geophysical Institute, will answer these questions and more while recapping his adventures and observations from this summer.
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