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... sit and take in the majestic views. Honestly, I don't think there is place here in Skagway that isn't beautiful. Lower Reid Falls is an interesting trip, not really a hike- more of a walk- past the train yard, a rock slide, and a Gold Rush Cemetery. Its a really awesome waterfall and easy to get to.
Today I had the day off and I went out to a park called Seven Pastures with some of my co-workers where we tossed the frisbee and just enjoyed the ...
... of the mountains. Arrived Skagawy around noon, got a campsite close to the docks and walking distance to the down town area. We had failed to realize that when we got into Alaska we changed another hr in time so we are now 3 hrs different than home. We ate lunch then we went for a walk on the docks. The Holland America cruise ship Valendam was in port and there were people all over the place. As well as ...
... set of travellers from our first night in Gold Pan, we then saw at Dease Lake two nights later; a couple of German ladies, Elka & Rosa, we first saw at Bear River in Stewart and then at Dease Lake; and then last night in Teslin, both of those sets of travellers spent the night at the Yukon Motel campground where we were. Today we encountered Elka and Rosa in Carcross. Like I said before-- big country, small world.
I leave you now as ...
... br> pass.
As we made our way up this extremely beautiful pass we could see it was
getting colder by the mile. Soon snow began to appear all around us and then
great mountain peaks appeared. Lakes and rivers became ice and the scenery was
After watching the train making its way up this beautiful pass we continued
further and soon stopped for a photo in a beautiful valley. Down below were a
number of frozen lakes and rivers while ...
... once a Salmon Cannery the indigenous or locals run the place and the cruise ship (Celebrity only) stops and tenders tourists ashore to spend money. Ours was spent in the bar trying to use their free wifi but then again so was every other person on the boat, useless so no blog from there.
Next stop Juneau and that was the first day of rain and it rained all day but we had a good day just the same, started with a cooking ...