Coast High Country Inn
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... river iced up. They had to pull the boats out of the river for winter, then they still have to de-ice them before sliding them back into the river.
Whitehorse Rapids Fishway is the longest wooden fish ladder in the world. They had to put it in as they built a dam which stops the flow of the water. The poor chinook salmon have travelled 3,000 kms from the Bering Sea in 3 months and then when they get to the end, there is a big ...
... was a bloke from Calgary there who was waiting to catch the bus, so the Office man called again and managed to get us on the bus with about 3 minutes to spare.
What a trip it was. We travelled by bus to an old rail town called Carcross. This Railway along Whites Pass was built to replace the Chilkoot Trail which was the track all those Gold miners took when they struck gold in the Klondike in the late 1890's. The trail is still ...
... As I rounded the curve, there was a very large box truck that was already over the center line a the top of the truck was leaning in a not so friendly manner. Not a stopping issue, but there is no time to not pay attention. The next two happened near stone mountain going downhill, another 9 degree grade, winding around part of a mountain, I see a herd of goats standing in the roadway, a tourist vehicle stopped in the middle, they were out ...
... he was on top of it. Luckily, the bear scooted off the road. I waited about three minutes and was rewarded when the bear came back up to eat some more tasty road side flora and decide to cross the road right in front of me. I have no idea why, but he took his time and it was pretty cool.
As I got back under way, I still had quite a ways to go. Closer to Whiteorse, I crossed the Tahkini River. I remember ...
... got a headlight out, eh?" Wood was provided for campers here and firepits, so we enjoyed a campfire- first since Glacier NP. The road back to this campground was a heavily used log hauling road. This is big timber country. I need to explain that I really wanted to camp here because we had a yellow lab named Mackenzie - many of you knew him well. He was our family dog from the time Ian was 13 and got a dog for his birthday. Ian immediately named him Mackenzie. He said he named him ...