Numlock News: June 22, 2020 • Marijuana, Fly…

By Walt Hickey Welcome back! Bus The Alaska Army National Guard has taken a bus that had been abandoned in the Alaska wilderness and hauled it to a secure site. The bus — a 1946 International Harvester K-5 — was originally used by Fairbanks to move commuters around, but in 1960 was moved into the wilderness by the Yutan Construction Company to house employees. Abandoned in 1961 when the road was completed, in 1992 it was used by Christopher McCandless as a makeshift home for 110 days before dying of starvation — a story later told by Jon Krakauer in

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