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... may have been the culprit from the dirt roads we were traveling on. So, we have had a new one on order which should arrive on Friday June 26th all things being equal. It may be only the following week before we see it so we are tied up a bit and will have to cut some things off the itinerary. So it goes with travel!!!! So, here is an update from Dawson City to Skagway. All is ...
Land ahoy! After a couple of days at sea we finally dock and get the chance to walk off some of the buffet. The morning saw us head up into the higher reaches of the valley to visit a Musher Camp and rode a sled with a full team. The journey up was colourfully narrated by our driver Kyle, whose classic ginger beard suggested he had a bit of Celt in him. He charmingly interrogated the bus to find out who he could abuse - it ...
... doing it for so long.
I am one of the few people that currently has my chauffeurs permit (a requirement by the town of Skagway) and so I fill in on days where we need more drivers to transport our guests to our Rock and Zip site from the dock. I like the driving, its an extraordinarily beautiful drive and its fun to get out of the office. I also enjoy visiting the rock and zip site. Its just fun to be out in nature, sitting within the trees of ...
... to see and a couple nights in one place is always nice once in awhile. When we took our walk after that delicious dinner I mentioned earlier the cruise ship we had seen in town when we arrived was getting ready to depart and the streets were pretty vacant and hardly a thing open, mind it was also after 8pm. It's a neat little town. I look forward to doing some exploring in the area tomorrow.
... in Carcross it was back on the bus and we were
heading for the railway station of Bennett. As we were running a bit early the
driver pulled over at some really nice beauty spots along the way to take
photos. As he said, we either stop here or stand for a long period awaiting the
train to arrive at Bennett.
From our last photo stop we could see Bennett station and his idea was to
stop here until the train arrived and then drive down to the station.