news! I now have a copy of the Moose Days 2002 TV Road
In 2002, the folks from the Travel Channel sent a contact filming
crew to Roslyn, Washington for their TV Road Trip series. The filming
crew followed Barry Corbin around during Moose
Days 2002 (the annual Northern Exposure fan festival,
now known as Moosefest).
The segment was supposed to air within a year of the event, but
disappeared from the schedule. The original filming crew, after
submitting the segment, also lost track of its airing date.
to November 2004 ... A good friend of mine, now living in Canada,
was watching the Canadian version of the Travel Channel one day
when she heard the teaser for the Northern Exposure segment.
She popped in a tape, and sent it to me from Alaska. It arrived
a little worse for wear, but I was able to salvage it and create
a DVD master.
The segment is about 10 minutes long. Please note it was taped on
a regular tape from a television program. I wanted to make sure
that all of you know this and aren't expecting top of the line professional
master. It's a no frills production but it's pretty cool. I can
make both VHS copies and DVD copies. Please note the DVDs are recordable
DVDs (a little different than commercial purchased DVDs) - be sure
your player can play these type of DVDs. (I think most new ones
will do it, as well as computer based DVD players). If you have
any doubt, please order a video. The videos are NTSC (North American
region 1) and the DVD also is region 1 (so be sure you have a region
1 or multi-region player if you are outside North America).
As for mailing, the easiest method is US priority mail, but I can
also send first class or Airmail. Please email
with your request (DVD or video), your name and address, and how
you will pay (see below). Then we can work out any additional details
we need to do for shipping etc.
• DVD or video (supplies only*) - $2
• US Priority mail shipping - $3.85 (other shipping methods
(*Supplies: DVD and slim case or standard VHS
in cardboard case, and mailing envelope)
-- (For first
class or airmail, drop me an email with your zip code or country
and I'll tell you the cost, or you can look at http://www.usps.com.
I ship from 80021, the DVD is 4 oz and the video tape is 9 oz.).
Priority mail can go out the next day from payment received. First
Class and Airmail shipments will go out once a week.
Due to copyright issues, I am only charging for the supplies themselves
However, any additional "tips" for time or towards my
web site are always welcome. :-)
How to pay (in order of preference):
method - quickest too. Paypal
-- (no credit cards to this one): send payment to email@example.com
2. mail a money order or cashier's check. (I will give you a mailing
address when you email
3. Paypal by credit card - because Paypal takes a fee from accounts
that accept credit cards (2.9% + .30), I have a different account
and I ask that you add a minimum of $.50 if you need to pay by
credit card to cover that. Use this account: firstname.lastname@example.org
4. well-concealed cash. I strongly recommend against this one,
but if you are feeling daring...
not deal with personal checks but if that's your easiest or only
way, please discuss that with me in your email. :-)
me if you have any other questions!