Robert Eyford a servi comme officier de la Gendarmerie Royale du Canada durant 18 1/2 années. Il possède aujourd'hui sa propre compagnie de détectives privés, basée en Colombie Britannique. Dans ses moments libres, il aime bien composer des chansons et les enregistrer sur DC. Robert est très fier de faire partie du réseau WM-MW. Il a connu le réseau grâce à Patricia-Ann Allan-Newman, sa marraine. In 1948, I was a new born baby when we moved from northen Alberta to Hay River, N.W.T. My parents, grandparents and I were one of the first families to travel over what is now the Mackenzie Highway. The five of us travelled in an old Model A Ford with a team of dogs and several boxes of fish nets piled on top. The first winter of my life was spent in a caboose out on Great Slave Lake where my parents fished commercially. In the summer of 1998, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Mackenzie Highway. I wrote this song to commemorate that event. I dedicate this song especially to my parents but also to all other pioneers who travelled the road to Great Slave Lake when it was little more than a bush trail.
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