Chilkoot Trail Outpost
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We headed through Lynn Canal and Taiya Inlet into Skagway then berthed at Railway.
Today we went on a tour on a bus to the Canadian border then on the White Pass & Yukon Train for spectacular views, taking some views in from the front of the carriage followed by a trip into the bush for Liarsville Fold Rush Trail Camp and a Salmon bake and entertainment. We ended the tour with a visit to the Red Onion Saloon which was once a brothel then a look around ...
The historical area of Skagway where the cruise ships park near is well preserved from the early 1900s. The first gold rush settlement and buildings from the late 1890s were not made to last only to service the gold rush crowds. They were replaced as things calmed down in the next few years and as the railway to the Yukon over White Pass and into Canada was completed. This core of historical Skagway is largely preserved even if most of the buildings are ...
... startled or you come between a mother and cub. Same day we were up there hiking around but much later in the afternoon. I think Mike was disappointed we missed out, we saw a couple of alpine goats and a small and furry animal yet to be identified. Looked like a ground hog! Not quite the same. Had dinner at a fresh seafood restaurant at the end of the pier, crab cakes and fresh halibut..then a walk in the setting sun back to the ship. Great ...
... and dance or two with a beautiful lady. When the time came to cure his thirst for some love and affection, the anxious gentleman would choose his girl - dolls behind the bar represented each of the 10 girls upstairs and when they were unavailable, the bartender would lay down her doll.
The 1899 unique Arctic Brotherhood Hall is the only remaining example of turn-of-the-century Alaska driftwood architecture. There are over 8,800 driftwood sticks nailed to the front ...
... Canadian border enforcement guy came down the train to see the passports (cos, as we had been told numerous times, we needed them!) he asked "You folks seen any critters today?" This had been pre empted by our guides who got everyone to shout out ridiculous animals as a response to this apparently routine question. "A UNICORN!" "A Pterodactyl!" "The three eyed fish from the simpsons!" "BAMBI" And I always got the impression the US didnt take Canada ...