Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who said, “I keep my eyes on Sakarya, Dumlupınar, in my ear on İnebolu,” emphasized the importance of munitions to come from İnebolu during the Independence Struggle. The people who were aware of these words transported the munition they loaded on bullock carts in Inebolu beach to Ankara by risking their life and protecting carefully. This route, named “Independence Road,” welcomed hikers who came to remember the ancestor every year. The journey that started in Ilgaz district ended in Çankırı Ayan village after camping in tents at night while driving for about 65 kilometers. She thanked her fellow travellers for their sensitivity and left Çankırı with the feeling of gratitude towards her ancestors.