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... as we saw 3 dead along the highway.
A nice stop was a hike to Rancheria Falls thru well layed paths and a nice boardwalk. Shortly after getting back on the road it began to rain, which was welcomed as a possibility of washing off some of the dust we’ve accumulated on the RV and Subaru the last few days. Unfortunately, the rain didn’t last long and little dust was displaced.
Further up the road we crossed ...
... are starting to be a little more bearable as we head further north. 26 - 28 degrees.....perfect weather for riding. Gorgeous blue skies lovely forest all around and straight, straight roads! At our fuel/coffee stop we meet an Italian rider who's been up north traveling on his own through to Vancouver where he'll be meeting his wife and together they'll be doing a bit of America. It's nice to be able to chat with someone in ...
... crazy amount of rain and wind all night. Because of the cold temps outside combined with the rain, our windows of the camper were dripping with condensation. This hadn't happened before and hasn't happened since, but in the night we discovered wet bed linens on my side of the bed by the window. So we had to sleep in half the amount of space we usually do...and it's not a big bed! It was challenging but we survived! The next morning was foggy and damp but not raining and we pulled ...
... clear across the campground and playing music loud. One big Indian came to our site asking for a jump, seems the women had run the battery down; I helped him out and jumped their truck. They liked me and sorta knew where California was in relationship to the Yukon.
We visited a Laundromat with a dirt parking lot and a great laundry. To buy a gallon of water there was over 5 dollars. We also visited the ...
... 2 black beers, 2 foxes and 1 Daddy of a Moose.. What an eventful morning as this was all only in the space of 2 hours driving. We got to Watson Lake just after 9am and parked up at a Lake to cook bacon and eggs for breakfast.. Yummy it was just what we needed to start the morning. It was another beautiful blue day. We called into the information center and got served by this nice funny as lady called Button. She ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center