Big Horn Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBig Horn Hotel Watson Lake
Long day after a late start. Got in at 8:45 after driving almost 600 miles. Lots of road construction. Hard to get use to it not being dark at night and no AC even if its 60 outside its still stuffy inside. Hate having the windows open, I can hear everything outside. Cars people
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... was fir and lodge pole pines and beautiful lakes nestled between. By the time we got to our campsite, Mountain Shadows, I wasn't feeling great and the swelling hadn't gotten any better. The very nice camp host called a clinic here and made arrangements for me to be seen. She even drove so we could follow her. A great nurse practioner saw me immediately (I was the only one there) gave me ...
We stopped at Baby Nugget again and had our anniversary dinner at the Wolf It Down Cafe. Everything is very expensive here in the Yukon and our meal, even though the restaurant is just a roadside Cafe, was over one hundred dollars. Tomorrow we turn south off the Alaska Highway and say goodbye to the Yukon.
... let me down. We started in the left pool, the farthest from the springs. The. miss Pat ventured into the upper pool - so I had to do the same. The concrete benches set in the springs were wonderful. We soaked and warmed and relaxed. We slowly walked back to the RV, ready for bed. We had a light dinner, and were ready for bed. This entire camp ground is run on solar and diesel generator power - there are no power lines". 14 bear, 50+ bison! liard River Hotsprings - great ...
... part of the world be sure to bring a sign. You too can be part of history. The Triplets left their sign.
Saw no animals whatsoever on this 238 mile jaunt except for a few crows. It’s simply too hot for them to be roaming around. At the campground we did have one visitor with long antlers and have included a photo. Hopefully, tomorrow on our way to Iskut we will see something.
... and our fire conformed to all the laid down rules, which are quite obvious but are as follows.
1) Only light your fire with high quality diesel
2) Anything of less size than a Guy Fawkes special is for wimps
3) Never sit around a camp fire unless you have already drunk at least 4 cans of lager
The purpose of the lager of course is to make sure your bladder is overflowing, to facilitate emergency controls should the odd spark get ...