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In the wake of Dawson City"s Great Fire of 1899, sixteen-year-old Jason and his girlfriend Jamie canoe the Yukon River across Alaska in an epic race from Canada"s Klondike to the new gold fields at Cape Nome.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.H6524 Dr 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||193 pages :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|ISBN 10||0380733099, 032927919X, 1404629467|
|ISBN 10||9780380733095, 9780329279196, 9781404629462|
Learn more about the GMC Yukon. See the GMC Yukon price range, expert review, consumer reviews, safety ratings, and listings near you/5. Book Wizard; Down the Yukon. By Will Hobbs. Grades. Genre. Fiction. After he and his brothers are cheated by a crafty enemy, sixteen-year-old Jason Hawthorn decides to reclaim their sawmill by entering a grueling, dangerous race to Nome with the help of the girl he loves.
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Down the Yukon (Book): Hobbs, Will: In the wake of Dawson City's Great Fire of , sixteen-year-old Jason and his girlfriend Jamie canoe the Yukon River across Alaska in an epic race from Canada's Klondike to the new gold fields at Cape Nome. White Pass Backcountry Skiing hour drive south of Whitehorse. White Pass is a link between the Yukon and the coast of Alaska. The South Klondike Highway cross the Coastal Range to end down the little village of Skagway, on the shore of the Lynn Canal.
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The book Down the Yukon written by Will Hobbs is a book that I enjoyed book Down the Yukon begins by a male and a female that enter a race on a canoe to win a $ dollar cash prize. But they keep getting side tracked by other problems on their way down the yukon/5.
'Kings of the Yukon' is not a book, it is a journey. The author, in a canoe, has set out to try and understand the decline in the king salmon population over the years in Canada and Alaska.
Paddling from the source to the mouth, some miles, Adam Weymouth, a Londoner, meets an array of river characters and listens to both their tales of woe /5. Down the Yukon by: Will Hobbs A.R. level:A.R. Points Presentation by: Wyatt Characters There are many characters in this book including: More Characters Jason Hawthorn- Main character; he tries to win the mill he and his brothers have been cheated out of Henry Brackett.
The great race across Alaska. As Dawson City goes up in flames, Jason Hawthorn itches to join the new rush for gold in Nome, 1, miles away. He and his brothers have been cheated out of their sawmill, so when a $20, prize is announced for the winner of.
"Two in a Red Canoe" is the account of a mile canoe trip down the Yukon River from the Yukon Territory of Canada through interior Alaska to the Bering Sea over the summer of Most of the commentary is by Megan Baldino, then brand new to Alaska from Illinois, now the anchor for a late night news program in Anchorage/5(11).
The Great Race across Alaska will be a grueling test for the two of them as they face the hazards of the Yukon River, two very dangerous men, and the terrors of the open sea. Only their combined skills, courage, and mutual devotion can pull them through.
Awards & Honors for Down the Yukon. Books for the Teenage, New York Public Library. Warning: This book is a sequel to "Jason's Gold." “Down the Yukon,” by Will Hobbs continues the Yukon experiences of Jason Hawthorn. Jason is happy to have merely made it to the Yukon alive, and although he didn’t strike it rich, he at least has his brothers and their successful family business to support them.
However, disaster strikes when Jason’s older brother gets involved 4/5. Down Yhe Yukon, was a very good book it had many exciting and interesting parts.
I thought it had some very dull or boring parts to it though. It takes place after the gold rush in alaska with Jason Hawthorn, Jamie Dunavant, and A dog named Burnt Paw/5(4).
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Limited Edition - Picture Book Yukon: Mein gehasster Freund Joey Kelly and Till Lindemann sail in a narrow canoe on the Yukon through Alaska and defy the rough nature. Nearby to a close friendship.
The magnificent landscape photos by Thomas Stachelhaus show the original adventure on a grim, cold river. With poems and text fragments by Till ry: Visuals & Sounds > Books. Get this from a library.
Down the Yukon. [Will Hobbs] -- In the wake of Dawson City's Great Fire ofsixteen-year-old Jason and his girlfriend Jamie canoe the Yukon River across Alaska in an epic race from Canada's Klondike to the new gold fields at.
Will Hobbs is the award-winning author of nineteen novels, including Far North, Crossing the Wire, and Take Me to the River. Never Say Die began with the author's eleven-day raft trip in down the Firth River on the north slope of Canada's Yukon Territory/5(3).
This is the best kind of travel writing. Weymouth embarks on an ambitious journey - 2, miles down the Yukon in a canoe - voyaging, listening and learning.
An outstanding book - Rob Penn, author of The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees. Adam Weymouth takes his place beside the great travel writers - Susan Hill. Lyrical. At Yukon Books we carry a wide selection of books about the people and territory of Northern Canada.
Our selection contains both fiction and non-fiction in new and out of print titles and the classic northern works by authors like Robert Service, Jack London and Pierre Berton.
We are among the top independent sellers of Canadian books on the Internet. Upside Down in the Yukon River is an inspiring, true story full of dreams, fear, doubts, success, failure, and hope, in which an ordinary guy from Iowa takes on an extraordinary challenge that quickly turns into a fight for his own life against Mother Nature herself.
Down the Yukon - Reviewed by Billy N. (age 12) member(s) of the Spaghetti Book Club. Down the Yukon Written by Will Hobbs Illustrated by Midhael Wimmer. Reviewed by Billy N. (age 12) Down the Yukon is about a race in canoes down the Yukon River. Jason joins the race because he needs the $20, prize so he can live somewhere.
Geology Down the Yukon River. Today, geologic processes continue within the Yukon River corridor. The diverse, uniquely beautiful arrays of rock formations along the river provide the visitor with a relatively intact record of the past million years of.
Going down the Yukon River is an experience not to be missed. On top of all the history from the Gold Rush era you will enjoy beautiful sceneries and relaxing time on the river and on land. Every night we will setup a comfortable camp and cook delicious meal over the campfire.
Will Hobbs is the award-winning author of nineteen novels, including Far North, Crossing the Wire, and Take Me to the River. Never Say Die began with the author's eleven-day raft trip in down the Firth River on the north slope of Canada's Yukon Territory.
Ever since, Will has been closely following what scientists and Native hunters are reporting about climate /5(11). Here's a run around the village and down onto the Yukon River at 52 below so you can see for yourself. And here is the link to my book on Amazon and the info needed if someone wants to a get a.Any visit will mean much time outdoors: Canada's five tallest mountains and the world's largest ice fields below the Arctic are all within Kluane National Park, while canoe expeditions down the Yukon River are epic.
And don't forget the people: get set to appreciate the offbeat vibe of Dawson City and the bustle of Whitehorse, and join the.Thousands and thousands of people left town.
They floated miles down the Yukon River and then crossed Norton Sound to reach the new gold mecca of Nome. Now I could jump into the history of the new gold rush as well as researching the course of the Yukon River across Alaska.