From left, Ryan West, Shawn Freitas, John Whittington, Doug Morrow, Bernie Tao, Darrin Marshall, and Andy Soria pose at the Arctic Circle pull-out on the Dalton Highway, where they camped in March 2009 to test the cold-weather performance of “Permaflo Biodiesel.” (Darrin Marshall | Courtesy photo)

From left, Ryan West, Shawn Freitas, John Whittington, Doug Morrow, Bernie Tao, Darrin Marshall, and Andy Soria pose at the Arctic Circle pull-out on the Dalton Highway, where they camped in March 2009 to test the cold-weather performance of “Permaflo Biodiesel.” (Darrin Marshall | Courtesy photo)

Camping on the dashed line of the Arctic Circle

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