Capital Suites Yellowknife
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... So, how many pairs of pants/shirts/shorts are you bringing" and she replies with "150". And it ALL FITS. Ahhhhhh the benefits of small and have teeny tinny clothes! HAHAHAH Talking about teeny tinny clothes, I need a bathing suit! Not that mine are teeny tinny..but, not sure how I got on this tangent. Doesn't matter. I need a bathing suit. And I'll tell you know, Yellowknife does NOT have the greatest selection ...
... It was good to see that they really enjoy the run. We had twelve dogs pulling 4 people in a traditional sled. Some of them were very playful, obviously very young and still learning the ropes. Tonight we are going to a choral concert given in the ice castle. It is built every winter by one man with a few helpers. All on the ice lake next to his boat house that floats in the summer! Next Chapter soon Ciao ...
... next couple of days. Just before sunset, we set ourselves up on the beach for a campfire dinner - joined by the boys - and a view of the northern lights. After a few hours we realized that we weren't going to get a light show, so we packed up and headed back to the cabin eager to try again the next night.
October 5th, 2013
Day 11 was a nice sunny day, so ...
... favourite hikes and viewpoints around Yellowknife. The town has that similar feel to Chelsea, where just a few minutes away you can find yourself completely surrounded by nature. I will be sure to update the blog with a few photos and notes from my first few weeks here in the North. We hope you’ve enjoyed the photos and stories from our trip as much as we did!
... and was greeted by volunteers at the lodge. Apparently, many people were WWOOFing at the lodge. Some are there for several months and others are there for only several weeks. Most of them are very friendly young people.
One of the volunteers, Chantel, took us on a tour of the place. We were shown to the lodge, the cabin, the tipi and where we can go on the 2km and the 4km trails. Since there are no roads, we had to hike around to get to places. But since the ...