Pillsbury Guest House
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... planet. Will that start a keen debate? It would seem not. Two bald eagles now and multiple clutches of fisherman. 'The salmon are running', a local declares. It seems the sockeye salmon are coming home to spawn and die. Good time to see bears and eagles apparently as they prey on the salmon - here's hoping; the bear-spotting team (an Italian, a Dutchman and a Brit) are eagle-eyed at the front of the dome ...
... the road as she said that another mother was often also just up the road. In the haste of the moment, I didn't even get the kind lady's name but thanks so much for caring and ensuring my safety.
After putting Nelson back together, I rode on through some magnificent scenery including Split Lake, where the colours of the water were spectacular, and onto Carcross where I stayed for the night in a campground.
Next morning, I had a nice gas station ...
... coffee. They had it but had to brew it and figure out how! I guess everyone here is into caffeine.Ed and I wandered to the back open deck. We spot a pod of dolphins and one humpback whale! Yeah! There is a tent pitched on the back deck with boots, socks, and gear outside. All the blow up beds are gone. There is a school group doing home works still. I must say they are quite and non intrusive. I asked why they were doing homework on the ferry on Saturday and ...
... lots of stairs, that runs from the back of Creek St is called Married Men's Way - their entrance to the brotels.
The ferry Taku was very comfortable but it docked in Prince Rupert at 0400!!!!
The weather has been great, today would have been the wettest yet and this is their wet season. There is snow at Jasper so the dog mushing is on ....there should also be snow on the trip by VIA rail tomorrow.
... on the other, dying fireweed in front of yellow and gold foliage beneath mineral-hued mountains.
We continued along this beautiful lake , Yukon's largest and came to a viewpoint where I walked up to Soldier's Summit while Nigel fished in the lake which, ironically, gets it's name from the South Tutchone word for 'lake with many ...