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... which was about a mile long, which dumped us at the tail end of Bear Flats. Once I reached the top, we stopped and waited for Josh to catch up, since I wasn't sure where he wanted to set up camp. After a while, we were beginning to worry. Josh was having troubles along Bear Creek we knew, but he hadn't arrived yet. After nearly 20 minutes, Dad and I were getting ready to go look for him when he appeared at the top of Everlast Hill behind us. Walking. With the huge, heavy, ...
... half way done. The next 8 miles would consist solely of flats - ******heads - and ravines, with very little of the trail through anything else. About a mile into the slow, extremely bumpy trek across the Flats, Josh's machine began to overheat. The two miles we needed to go took forever. Even though we were only able to travel at 2 mph due to ******heads, we were constantly stopping to let his machine cool. It would appear that hauling two people plus a loaded down trailer ...
Friday, August 1st – TOK, AK – Day 25 of the Caravan
Today we finished our Top of the World Highway trip and Taylor Highway. Both were the dirtiest,
bumpiest and challenging roads we've ever traveled. Of the 78 miles we drove today, only the last
12 miles back on the Alaska Highway, Route 2 into Tok, AK were paved and ...
... rocky tops. The Chilkat River with its rocky shallows and sand bars offered us the chance to see swans, bald eagles (the Bald Eagle Preserve runs along Haines Highway), and a pair of grizzlies crossing the road and splashing into the river, looking at us curiously. Just wild. Absolutely wild country. A privilege to be a witness to it. We made camp 10 miles outside of Haines on a roadside pullout by the river. We met a father-son duo taking out a raft there ...
One of my favorite things about summer, besides the never ending daylight and warm weather to actually be able to go out and do things, was the various wildflowers blooming all over the forests casting vibrant color everywhere. There's no story to be read here, just many ...