Follow Paul "The Iceman" Mondor as he crosses Canada in January 2007 from coast to coast. From roads closed by avalanches in the Rockies to the vast frozen prairies you will feel the cold as makes his way eastward one cold kilometre at the time to The Great Lakes where Eastern Canada's first winter storm will beat on him with terrifying force. Ride through whiteouts and blizzard as he makes his way through Central Canada. Feel the terror as the roads disappears in the snow right in front of him. Ride with him as he races ahead of a huge weather bomb threatening the Maritimes. Feel the tears of joy, pain, terror and fear as he heads toward Newfoundland (The Rock). Feel the anxiety as monstrous north easterly winds pound him with 120 km/h force. Join him with hundreds of thousands of others around the world that lived vicariously through his daily writings as he inched his way closer and closer to Cape Spear Newfoundland. Feel the intensity as he and his faithful motorcycle "Frosty" reach the Most North easterly point in North America to become the first person to go coast to coast in winter... on a motorcycle.
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