Coast High Country Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... disappeared. Across the street from the hardware store is a feed store that has dog washing facilities. The dog washing station was good except that they had to walk on a slippery stainless steel counter to enter and exit the tub. Both dogs slipped and had trouble walking on that surface. We washed both dogs and boy did the dirt pour off of them! They are now clean and smell like coconut hair conditioner.
We also went out to Kahtina Hot Springs for a look around. ...
... handle...closed! Too early on a Sunday morning. Grrrrrrr.....
Thank goodness for a Greyhound station....and a CAB ride back!! (So there.)
- A bobcat on the side of the road
- A golden eagle hunting at the Teslin River
- More goats on the road
- ........and a BEAR!
... 8230; HUGH are you reading this? And we have pictures as well… The gal who was operating the mower deck let me operate the mechanical arm and power switch… Excellent for anyone who does a lot of mowing and needs to get into spots the mower deck won’t do… SEE PHOTOS
So the Klondike is the ship Connie tripped over the wheel barrow handle taking pictures in 03 and damaged her shoulder… ...
... are 391 miles from Tok, Alaska! Whitehorse is the capital of Y.T. This is the first large city we have seen in a while. They even have a Walmart. We discovered that you have to pay for a cart at the grocery stores. You put in a quarter for the cart and get it back when you return the cart. This gave Mike a great idea for the fuel fund. He drives Doug around the parking lots looking for carts. We hit the jackpot here. It ...
... Play a gig in Toyohashi, visiting the maid cafe, House of Crazy, and the now-closing Avanti. One last bash.
-Pay my respects to the foxes in Tokawa-inari, followed by a mountain climb to Horai-ji, and maybe that nameless one in Toei.
-Spend some lazy days in Toei with Mitsuo-sensei, soaking in the onset after soaking in the ji-beru at Magokoro. MAYBE play some pachinko...wait, never mind.
-Stay at my favourite ryokan, Shimizukan, visiting ...