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... behind any UK readers). I hadn't however bargained on the peril of trying to take two lemons into the USA! At customs I declared my lemons, along with my seeds from the Butchart gardens. The latter were fine, the lemons drew a sharp response. I was out of order and no, I couldn't nip back the 20 yards and put them in a Canadian bin, the formal 'Notice of abandonment to forfeiture of prohibited or seized merchandise' had to filled out! Phew... Duly finger ...
Enjoying my first day "out of the saddle" in a week, I decided to check out a few of the town's tourist offerings :
First stop - North Pacific Cannery - Located approx. 24 km outside of Prince Rupert, this is a National Historic Site with quite an interesting history. It ran from 1888 through to the late 1970's, the longest running cannery in B.C, and was also the world's leading ...
... pilot made sure that there were enough bumps, dives and turns to make a good roller coaster. The German lady was seated right in front of me and she was somewhat apprehensive about flying. So she entertained us all! I learned that Oohs, Arghs and Arrrrgggggh sounds are the same whatever the language. Thanks again to those who shared this flight with me, it was a great buzz. AND, yes, for those who noticed, I did find a barber in Whitehorse and lost some of the chin ...
... the bridge on the continent from the island. We had no idea what this road would be like and we as absolutely thrilled as the vistas before us. We travel along the wide Skenna River. The forests meet the waters. The river is swollen with the spring runoff. There are waterfalls, snow capped mountains in view as we travel the highway. There is heavy forest with lots of variety of trees including stands of aspen. The creeks that feed the river ...
... of the permafrost is it's effect on telegraph poles.
Eventually though, we reached one of the most beautiful and interesting stretches of road so far as we drove through Kluane National Park. Just after we passed Burwash Landing , Nigel spotted a lynx on the roadside. For once, I was driving, so our stopping distance was a lot shorter and I pulled in about 50 yards past it and ...