Tok Line Camp Bed & Breakfast
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... every minute count to be able to see Dawson City and get back across the border before 8:00 pm. The weather cooperated well- we got rained on a couple of times but not enough to soak us through and through. We had our rain gear on. This Hwy has astounding views in all directions. I didn't take many pictures because I can't take them while riding with the iPad which is my camera for this trip. So I took a few at some stops but it's only a sampling. The ...
... With a fill up of gas, the Tok RV Village allowed us all to wash our RV’s and tows. The entire caravan’s 23 participants couldn’t wait to get in line and wash off the tons of sand, clay and dirt we accumulated. It was remarkable how fast most of the dirt and dust goes away with lots of helping hands.
For dinner we had what’s called a ...
... 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 ...
Dease Lake layover
unplanned but necessary
lost in transmission
wild open spaces
sans Walmart and MacDonalds
best deals out of town
salmon hatch then leave
returning once to spawn
then exhausted, die
Alaskan black spruce
bent trunks and twisted branches
sea lions hunger
heads shaking teeth-clenched salmon
the bears ...
We left Valdez and stopped at Tonsgard RV repair. Our fridge would not stay on propane or even light after our trip over so many dusty roads. They were able to clean out the valve and all was good. We continued up along the Lowe River. We had not expected this drive to be so pretty. We passed several falls one of which was named Bridal Veil like ours in Highlands. We passed an old railroad tunnel ...