Canadas Best Value Inn - Downtown Hotel
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... in the Van again today. (Saving money all the time.)
We were just tooling along and I came around a corner and there beside the road was a moose, Antlers and all..we got soooo excited as thats the first one I have seen with his antlers. But as soon as he heard us he was off behind the scrub. We slowly came to a stop and were taking pictures of him behind the bushes and another car came along and they turned around to ...
We had a wonderful rest day in Whitehorse, including breakfast at our favorite breakfast place anyplace, called Burnt Toast. Ate there last year and have been looking forward to going back all year. I had crab cake eggs Benedict - yum! Then we had 4 days of hard riding to get from Whitehorse to Dawson, for a total of 331 miles. The first day was not bad - 84 miles, great tailwind, not too much climbing. The second day was a ...
... just right for reading to oneself on site, such as his farewell to the old cabin, penned to capture his thoughts as he left for his war correspondent assignment. Service's mini turn of the 1900's typewriter is on display at the Dawson City Museum. Across the road is the home that Pierre Berton's parents owned and he lived in to the age of 12. That was also a big goal for us. Deb grew up watching him on TV and reading his accounts of the Yukon. Last cabin site was the relocated ...
... for Inuvik. They turned out to be great. On the top, a gentleman made a comment about Karen’s Marine Corps Marathon shirt. He was former Army and lived outside DC. He was with his family in town for the wedding of this sister. He was adopted out of the First Nation area when he was 3 and this was his first trip back. Very neat talking with him.
We wrapped up the day with laundry and blogging!
... claims already staked. Now we’re here, in Dawson City, where those who persevered and survived created a town out of the marshy swamp near the confluence of the Klondike and Yukon Rivers
Those of you who know some of our previous experiences might be surprised to hear that we’ve had pretty good weather so far this trip.