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... rush of
cruise passengers. We joined that new rush and took the trip up to
Frazer then bused down and visited Liarsville. This is a recreation
of the newspaper reporters' camp called Liarsville since the
reporters made up stories of the gold rush rather than travel the
hundreds of miles to Dawson to report first hand.
Next Icy Point and hopefully ...
... gold. Unfortunately, due to extremely harsh conditions from the cold and little food many of the men did not survive. Now there is a scenic tourist train that brings people up from Skagway to Fraser. Along the way we saw three black bears!! Amazing!! :)) And Inukshuks which are stones built on top of each other for directions or landmarks originally done by the Inuits and other people from the Artic region. We drove into Canada and went to Caribou ...
... it was too far out of the way. We had a good laugh about how hard it was to find somewhere to tour all the time in Iowa. Walked to ferry and checked info then back to camp for bloody marys and snacks. Deb and I walked to the library, crowded, with slow internet. Deb washed bedding and had troubles. Rained about as hard as we have had during daylight for whole trip! At 4:15 we boarded a White Pass and Yukon ...
July 28th was 4th day on the cruise, the ship embarked at Skagway. We rode on the tour train from gold rush days. Along the way, we saw huge mountains, running water falls and glaciers from afar. There are many historical stories along the railroad.
7月28日是第4 2825;的巡航， 25105;们的游轮& ...
... is way higher than the plow and it takes awhile to clear it. It would be so cool to see it at work....but that would mean being here in the winter.....never mind! This lovely little town has about 800 full time residents. That's a brave few to make it through the cold and snowy winters.
We stopped to watch a seal playing in the waters near the marina. He seemed very curious about us too and would pop his head up now and again to peek at us.