Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Tok
... of gadgets along the highway, a permafrost research station. Also saw capped gadgets further on that were aimed at stopping the road freezing, which in turn stops the bitumen damage, (called "frost heaves"). Finally reached ALASKA proper, at last, through the USA customs post.YEAH!!! First stop the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Centre. 950,000 acres, an important reserve, especially for water ...
... to stretch. We've been on the road about 4 hours to this point. And we are tired already. Bad roads really take it out of 'ya.
The really bad road is behind us. We still encounter frost heaves and psuedo road repairs but at least we are making a little better time. We come to the Canadian Border port, the American port is a few miles ahead. In between is the actual border that separates the two countries. A visitors center of sorts is there but ...
... road crosses the border there is a nice parking lot so that all the people finally making it into the US can stop for photos… and of course we’re just like the rest and stop…
Our neighbor across the street from us in Nine Mile tells the story if getting offered a job to cut brush and trees on 40 miles of the border… and how he takes a leave of absence from his job with the phone company to spend the summer cutting brush and timber from the ...
... hurried further down the highway. We were making sure our big bags were hidden out of view so that our luggage wouldn't seem daunting to our potential hosts. We were also all smiling and waving at every car like fools. Many cars passed us by with no interest in taking us anywhere. We knew it would be difficult with 3 people and settled down for a long wait.
To our surprise, about 30-40 minutes later, this tiny rundown jeep pulled over with a girl and a ...
... to get home. Miss our kids and miss our friends. We are taking the ride home at a somewhat leisurely pace. Heading to Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory to do some kayaking down the Yukon River. Have several more stops on the way back. The plan is to wear every piece of clothing that we have, at least 3 days and we can avoid doing any more laundry. (We are both a little scared to enter another laundry mat). ...