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  • Once she finally gets on the road, there is yet another part issue, but this time, she fixes it herself, something she takes pride in doing
  • He had moments I still didn't agree with, but this was a good thing that he didn't have to do

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      Ice Road Truckers: A Legend Meets His End had two story segments that held my interest more than the others. Traditionally, this show follows several truckers as they work the ice roads or, in the case of this season, dangerous roads. There really aren’t that many ice roads in the current location. At any rate, my favorite trucker

      is Lisa Kelly, who has a respect for the job and wants to learn.

      One thing Lisa wants to do to further her career is to be a push driver. These mega haul loads are big and weighty, and being one of those drivers is a sign of prestige, not to mention it pays better.

      Lisa gets the chance to do her second mega haul run in this show, only before she even gets started, there is a truck part failure. It gets worse. Once she finally gets on the road, there is yet another part issue, but this time, she fixes it herself, something she takes pride in doing. In the end, she made it and really proved her ...


      • Ice Road Truckers: A Legend Meets His End TV Show
      metal.

      The other main story, the one for which the episode is titled, has the son of a long time and now deceased trucker wanting to spread his father’s ashes on Atigun Pass. Ray convinces the company to let him lead the man up. For a newbie, that was darn good of Ray.

      The scene when the ashes are scattered was

      quite emotional. I really appreciated Ray’s efforts here. He had moments I still didn’t agree with, but this was a good thing that he didn’t have to do. He handled it well, and that earned him a lot of points.

      The show was of value. There was more drama, but these two stories were the ones that got to me the most.




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