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... much guys, stay in touch and hopefully we'll cross paths again soon.
After Juneau, I had a ferry sleep and another full day and night of travelling. Luckily, there was a hiking club on board who let this old fella do laps with them - thank you. And thanks for the nice chat as well.
The following morning we left the ferry and the Canadian border security let us in again. We made a short food stop in town then it was back to cycle touring again.
Cheers for ...
... like the Easter weekend in Oz with the same horrific road toll as testimony to its significance. Accommodation would be heavily booked and it would be a very good time to be off the roads.
Our solution to this dilemma was simple and probably not that smart but we did think it up over a bowl of warming soup in a little bakery while we dripped water on the floor.
“If every one is leaving Vancouver for the ...
... 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 ...
In the casino that night, Scott lost $125 at the blackjack table, but I won $100, so not too bad for our final night of gambling. Francis, the bartender at the casino bar, Lampadina, always took very good care of us, including remembering our names, introducing us to other guests, and making drink recommendations. He is definitely one of the Shadow's top employees and really added to our onboard experience.
... 8230;which, honestly, I was prepared for anyway and to which I was sort of looking forward, to have a true “local experience”. However, upon my early arrival at the Juneau ferry terminal I did put myself on the waiting list for a cabin for that last leg just in case.
After the first overnight and a somewhat short night’s sleep, I awoke when we docked at our first port, Kake, at around 7AM local time, and enjoyed a freshly made and pretty darned ...