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Wood from Fort Smith, BC was shipped on the MacKenzie River up to Inuvik to craft the church's structure and build an altar.
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Inuvik's most photographed building was built in 1958 by amateur architect Brother Laroque, an Oblate missionary from Quebec.
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Overlooking the MacKensie River from the rooftop of Inuvaluit contractor Kurt Wainman's house.
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Vegetables and herbs are grown in Inuvik's community greenhouse, formerly an indoor hockey rink.
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Mike marks Tuk's spot on the map that lays on the floor of the Inuvik Airport.
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Climate change has wiped out the ice bridge that enabled Inuvik residents to drive to Tuktoyaktuk. Now you must fly.
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Ice borders the strips of land that connect the North American continent to the Arctic Ocean.
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Fuzzy photo of Tuk and Arctic ocean seen from air. Golf Channel photo editors must need glasses.
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Tuk is a tohhwnn of 300 fihhrst nattiahhn Cahhnaydianns.
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You could swim to Norway, birthplace of director Martin Rodahl, from here. Dan, Vic, Mike, Jim and Tuk Mayor Merven Gruben.
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Tuk mud hut
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Never too young to learn the Samba.
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Otherwise, you may not know that you are at a golf course.
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Your putts roll like they're on a carpet at Roads End.
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Credit the greenskeeper for maintaining the tee without weeds. (He sweeps.)
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Golfers are relieved to find a hole they can score on at the finish of Roads End - a Par 3.
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Dan shot a par on this Par 3 last hole at Roads End. His long birdie putt almost went in.
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Dan and Jim in the back seat of Kurt Wainman's twin-900 hp engine jet boat. The boat drafts six inches.
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We need to inscribe this trophy with the name of the Golf Channel and send it back to Inuvik
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The mayor made the town officials plant grass for our arrival. Looks nice, doesn't it?
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Town Council members don haz-mat suits with golfers' names in magic marker on the back to replicate pro tour caddies.
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Don't know why Mike didn't get up from his seat in the audience to dance the jig with Inuvik people at Aboriginal Day ceremonies.
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Challenging 500-mile drive on a gravel road ended when we arrived in Inuvik.
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