Days Inn & Suites Yellowknife
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The first leg of our flight home got us into Edmonton at around 12:30 am and through customs without any issues by 1:30. We knew this would be the case and with our flight to Yellowknife departing at 11:30 am decided we'd just sleep in the airport. What we didn't anticipate is that we wouldn't be able to check our bags and go through security until 6:30 am. The plan was to get ...
My day started with a delicious breakfast prepared by one of my B&B hosts, Audrey, Eric and Eva's daughter. There were no other guests at the B&B this particular morning so Audrey and I exchanged pleasant conversation and she provided me useful local scouting information. My first stop was Frame Lake, one of several lakes within the city limits, for a quick geocache ...
... didn't stop until well after 3pm.
Although they were not as spectacular as the pictures, I thought it was pretty amazing still. The things of nature.
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The toilet is composite. So there is no flushing involved. Your stuff just goes directly in a hole and the volunteers take care of the rest of the engineering part of it several times a day. It doesn't stink like the toilets at camp sites and trails, but it does smell a little. ...
... of what's going on in town. It was funny how one of them used to live in Vancouver, BC, so we had tons to talk about, including how real estate has been ridiculous even here in Yellowknife.
He also warned me to stay in the streets at night and not go on the trails after dark as it wasn't safe.
I think that's the best thing about talking to locals and knowing what questions to ask. Most people love their town and would love to share it and make sure you leave ...
... of income, after all!
Up next: heading to my old stomping grounds of Fort Simpson, where I'll have some time to hang out with my northern family, the Stipdonks, and visit with my Dehcho friends. I'm pretty pumped to go back to a place where I have worked, conducted research as a grad student, and conducted research as a prof. I've spent over a year there and I love the community. After that, it's ...