Bob White on raft to join the Bedaux Expedition

Bannock and Beans
In 1934, in the middle of the Great Depression, multi-millionaire Charles Bedaux spent $250,000 attempting to drive five half-track Citroens across the northern BC wilderness. Bob White, a cowboy hired to work on the expedition, wrote reminiscences and took photos of this unique adventure.

Bob White pg 2 ... After Bedaux
Bob White pg 3 ... Bob's photo gallery

Bob's manuscript was edited for publication by Jay Sherwood, who wrote a foreword and afterword based on interviews and research. Many new sources of information and photos were found. Bob White's family provided invaluable assistance.

Horses and jenny mule on the Bedaux Expedition