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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 ...
... we avoid Walmart as much as possible. So, pulling into the parking lot was quite an amazing sight. Wall to wall RVs camped out filling 1/3 of the lot. It was quite a display. We laughed about it, but by the time we finished our shopping, we had talked ourselves into setting up for the night - just for the "experience." I think we just wanted to prove we could play with the big boys. It's a well known fact that Walmarts (in select locations) welcome RVers ...
... on the road
better slow down to a crawl
or you will be towed.
Whitehorse Walmart Camp
monster rigs and little tykes
Asphalt to camp on
groceries and cheap plastic ****
all needs met at once.
Sun refuses sleep
nightfall masked in light.
If no hot showers
tubs of water will suffice
makes you feel so ...
... sought it out. The
options were a cabin for two or an Ambulance for two (really an ambulance), the
ambulance would have been a sure thing if it did not smell do musty, so we
opted for the cabin. Private sauna was
awesome, clothes optional;)
Tomorrow we will probably be heading SW towards Anchorage
and the Kenai peninsula. The Alaska Range
looms on the horizon, it's quite a sight.
Enjoy the pics, stay tuned
After having breakfast, coffee and a quick reflection on how much I liked Dawson City it was time to catch the ferry to start the Top Of World Highway which will take me finally to Alaska. I was quite surprised by the quality of the road on the Canadian side, although all it was all dirt from Dawson City to the boarder. Its not hard to see where the roads name came from as for most of the journey you do feel as you driving along the top of the world. There were numerous times ...