Lynn View Lodge & Cabins
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free airport shuttle
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 8217;t find a road to get us right by the lake, so we took some pictures from above and then headed back towards Skagway. We continued to try to find side roads. About 20 miles from Carcross, we found a trail on the right side of the road that turned into being an amazing jeep trail. The trail was pretty well kept, but it definitely wasn’t regularly used. I started up the mountain and the further we got, the steeper it got. I finally had to put the jeep into 4 ...
While getting my annual "pixie" cut, a man that overheard my conversation with the hairdresser asked, "What part of Phoenix are you from?"
Startled, I looked to see who was asking. "I'm the golf pro from Queen Creek" (in the Phoenix area).
He told me that he and his wife spend the summers in Haines...and don't tell how fantastic it is.
Haines is a SECRET!
So much land to explore in this tiny little spot. Drove up to Mosquito Lake, then drove further, then decided if something bad happened that we didn't want to walk, so went back. Made several stops along the way.
Found a spot we want to rock hunt next time. Discovered where Alaska Gold Rush is filmed. Decided better off-road tires and suspension would be a good idea.
8/2 We arrived in Skagway and gained an hour. Than it started to rain so we went out to dinner at the Skagway Fish House, good halibut.
8/3 Walked to the Visitors Center and seen 2 movies one on the "Klondike Gold Rush" and the other on the "Good Time Girls". We than joined a walk tour of the little city and learned some of it's history. After lunch we had a get together and talked with one ...
... the road and stopped to watch US! Very unusual to see one, apparently.
On our way out of town, stopped at the Carcross Desert. "Smallest desert in the world". Actually sand deposited by glacial action on the Bennett Lake floor and blown across. John had to drive on the edge of the sand.
Then Emerald Lake before camping at Wolf Creek campground, outside Whitehorse. First time we hit a full campsite, so camped in the day use car ...