Days Inn Dawson Creek
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Day 29 - 29 June. Muncho Lake to Dawson Creek, Canada - about 400 miles
A fantastic day with a clear blue sky. The first 100 miles of our journey was lovely riding through mountainous countryside. Great roads and nice sweeping bends.
We came across a moose on the side of the road. They are quite a big animal - as tall as a large horse …
... interwoven with one or two railroads. We did get to see a couple of trains.
We stopped in the very small spot of McLeod; it is on McLeod Lake. It got its name from Archibald McLeod; he was with the North West Trading Company. Fort McLeod was the last trading post established west of the Rockies. McLeod is also the name of the hospital I was born in many years ago. It also had a ...
... everyone asks you up here is: where are you from and are you going to Alaska? There is a feel of excitement as everyone gets ready to start on their journey North.
If you are ever in Dawson City, be sure to eat at Mr. Mike's Steak House Casual.....best Fresh Dip sandwiches ever!
Laundry is done and we have stocked up the refrigerator, tomorrow it's time to start the Alaskan ...
... good thing they have improved it since then!!
The weather has been as low as 30 degrees and as high and sunny as 70's. Extremes would be a good way to described the whole trip so far. Fun and exhilarating as well.
we only have 1,500 miles to go to get to Fairbanks. The wifi has been terrible and not lent well to us writing. Hopefully once we are out of Canada it will ...
... and things cleared up.
Just on the west side of Hinton we turn onto Alberta Highway 40. The sign at the turn says “Scenic Route to Alaska”! It was a ...