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  • In fact, I loved the communication between Alex and Hugh as they crossed, both of them getting a reminder of home

    • by Orrymain
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      Ice Road Truckers: Convoy to Hell was a bit on the calm side, which is unusual for this reality series which airs weekly on the History Channel. Usually, the show has plenty of spice, but for whatever reason, the action seemed a bit tame. Then again, sometimes that is exactly what reality is like — calm and tame.

      Actually, the most exciting thing that happened was Lisa having to turn around and go back because


      they gave her a wrong load, one that was intended to go in a different direction. Now that was frustrating, but she handled it well.

      The bulk of the show focused on an informal convey. First they headed to Prudhoe Bay where they would pick up loads that were to go to some little village that was way off the beaten paths. The ice roads are melting as the season rages forward towards its ...


      • end, and this was the last chance to get supplies to this very isolated area.

        They tried to make some drama out of Greg leading the convoy with Alex being a little impatient behind him, but that didn’t really go anywhere. The big news was that they were going so slow that Lisa caught up to everyone.

        The convoy was actually delayed a couple of days because of a big snow storm but then they reached the

        ice road. Ice roads were the center of this show for its first couple of seasons, but now it’s more icy roads than roads that cross the ocean. It was actually nice to see this revisited a little bit. In fact, I loved the communication between Alex and Hugh as they crossed, both of them getting a reminder of home.

        It was still a good hour, but it was just wasn’t riveting like normal.




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