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... br> and last but far from least Graham, Merri and Teddy ��
Our last two weeks in Alaska were as glorious as the first. We recharged and fortified our provisions at the Foreman homestead in Anchorage before heading out on our last leg of the AK journey. As we were leaving Anchorage we had the privilege of seeing the newly painted fire truck on the road (see pic) that we had read about in the news just days ...
... went to Chicken, we stayed at a very nice camp in Tok with nightly singing entertainment, Reindeer stew available at night and sourdough pancake with reindeer sausage for breakfast. There was a community fire for s'mores and a night time pancake toss in the evening. The winner of the pancake toss received a free sourdough pancake breakfast the next ...
... br> We arrived in Whitehorse and felt immediately swept up by civilization, having been apart from it for a good while. It was more "city" than we had experienced for quite some time. So what's the first thing to do? Visit Walmart! Well, we needed a few supplies and in Canada, prices are at a premium, and we hadn't seen a bargain since we crossed the border. It was time. We did get a few bargains (relatively speaking) on things we needed so that was good. ...
bright turquoise waters
bluebells and forget-me-nots
wild Alaskan blues
J ust an extra entry for fun! From time to time, I may be adding to this entry as we move through our year-long adventure. It started as a game for Shane and I as we drive along the long stretches of road and think about our recent experiences. Some are Shane's Haiku creations, some are mine. I've mixed them up. Can ...
... made for
an awesome day on the bikes. Christine is looking pretty comfortable standing
on her pegs on a fully laden adventure bike, she is such a good rider. Crossed back into the US at the most northern
US border crossing then stopped briefly in a town that was supposed to be name
ptarmigan, however, they could not spell so they called it Chicken.
We had heard from a fellow biker about an all biker camping
place in Tok, ...