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... dash cams but the internet here is too slow to upload them.
We did stop in Teslin for a photo op and some lunch. Arrived there about 11:30. A Minnesota fifth wheel happened to be there. There was a geocache there as well but it had a difficult and terrain rating of 4 (out of 5) so we passed on that.
Our destination was Whitehorse, the capital of YT. It is a city of 28,000 and the ...
... ever increasing headwind, that I reached the outskirts of Beaver Creek and the Canadian inspection post. They let me in!!
Aaahhhhh... back into a land that works in km and centigrade, yay.
It only took a short ride and I was booked into a hostel. After checking the weather forecast - which was wind, wind, wind, I decided that a rest day might be desirable.
Next morning, I did my own ...
... Today was a short day of travel.....115 miles. We drove from Skagway AK to Whitehorse. We stopped at a big Canadian Superstore to re-supply and made a stop t the old retored SS Klondike paddleboat that worked the river here back in in 1930-1950 era.
Staying at a very nice campground on yhe edge of town....well kept and lots of flowers.
... to the Gold Rush cemetery, which went right through the shops area and further to the north. The crews were steaming up #69 for our afternoon run, and another shorter consist positioned onto the main line. Should be good action this morning.
I reached the Gold Rush Cemetery and found a delightful place. Located in the woods were many old gravestones dating to 1898 and the gold rush, all maintained as a park. It was immediately alongside the WP & Y ...
... au côté du barrage, pour permettre aux saumons de remonter la rivière Yukon à partir du Pacifique (plus de 2,300 km) vers la ponte des oeufs annuelles, quellle merveille!! Ça dure un mois et, par chance, les trois premiers saumons sont arrivés lorsqu'on était là!!! Il y a environ 1,100 saumons qui font ce trajet chaque année et Parcs Canada suit cela de très près et les compte dans l'échelle. C'est une espèce de saumon unique au monde.