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Everything is tougher in Alaska. From earning a living to burying the dead, life in the 49th state is shaped by severe weather, rugged terrain, and vast distances between communities.
In this exhilarating program, join host Geo Beach as he ventures into the Alaskan wilderness to discover what it take to keep the power on in a state where more than half of its people live off the grid and plunging temperatures snap even the strongest power lines. Travel to the remote village of Kasigluk where Geo demonstrates how to install power poles and string electrical wire by hand. Watch as he travels to Fairbanks to work alongside the linemen of the Golden Valley Electric Association, who brave temperatures as low as -40F just to keep the lights on.
From rural outposts to big cities, History presents this captivating look into the harsh and dangerous job of Alaska´s Electric Linemen.
|Ljud:||Engelska DD Stereo|
Upplagd i sortimentet: 28 November, 2008