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40 Years of Complete Isolation Part 44

ADRI MURGUIA: The followingmorning, Faustino began making the last preparations before atrip to the Green Lake, which is a day's horse ride away. We would spend thenight there. And so we needed to take enoughsupplies to get us through our stay.

The Green Lake was thefirst piece of land he owned out here. And it was also central tohis cattle business. He hadn't returned forover four years, but we didn't know why. FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH ADRI MURGUIA: SPEAKING SPANISH FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH

ADRI MURGUIA: It's a tent. FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH ADRI MURGUIA: Every inch of landthat we crossed over to get to the Green Lakebelongs to Faustino. It was a six hour journey. We were only halfway there. And the crew felt exhaustedby the attacks of the

bloodsucking horseflies. But Faustino and Marcos wereunfazed, even by the blistering sun that barelysets during the summer. FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH ADRI MURGUIA: When we finallyarrived, after six hours of riding our horses, andencountered Faustino's settlement that he had leftbehind, we started

setting up our camp. And Marcos began cookingthe lamb we had killed the day before. MARCOS LANCASTER:SPEAKING SPANISH FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH MARCOS LANCASTER:SPEAKING SPANISH FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH

MARCOS LANCASTER:SPEAKING SPANISH FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH MARCOS LANCASTER:SPEAKING SPANISH FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH MARCOS LANCASTER:SPEAKING SPANISH FAUSTINO BARRIENTOS:SPEAKING SPANISH ADRI MURGUIA: Faustino wouldspend every summer here and oversee his cattle.

Surviving Alone in Alaska

JOHN MARTIN: Hi, my name'sJohn Martin. I'm the publisher ofVice Magazine. We had heard about thisguy named Heimo Korth. He lives in an area called theAlaska National Wildlife Refuge, ANWR for short. Heimo's one of themost impressive

people I've ever met. He is almost totallyselfsufficient, and he's one of those guys that couldsurvive no matter what. Now here it is. Vice presents Heimo'sArctic Refuge. MUSIC PLAYS ON RADIO VOICE ON RADIO: Four.

Visibility one, zero. Patchy fog. Few clouds. at 5,000. 6,000, scattered. Temperature minus 2. Dew point minus 2. Anaktuvuk.

Pass, wind zero, one, zero. At five, visibility oneand onequarter. Ceiling 400 overcast. Temperature zero. HEIMO KORTH: Me and Edna are thelast ones left to actually live out here. The rest live in Fairbanks,and they just commute from Fairbanks out here, spenda month or two, and

then they go back. And this is the only NationalWildlife Refuge that has polar bears and moose and caribou. It's got a lot of mediaattention because they want to drill for oil here. The vast majority of America'sagainst it. Eventually, they justwant to get people out of the land here.

That's why this permit for usto be here is only good up until the death ofour last child. And then after that,that's it. THOMAS MORTON: Hey,it's Thomas. We are in the BrooksMountains. It's in Alaska, a few hundredmiles north of Fairbanks and basically the restof civilization.

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