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June 7, 2015 (Day 25) Whitehorse, YT to Dawson City, YT
Total Miles: 3434
Sunrise: 4:01 am Sunset: 12:31 am (20 hours and 30 minutes daylight)
All this daylight really makes it difficult to take Cosmo out for one last time before going to bed – the reason being this is usually accomplished in pajamas because no one can see what you ...
... Whitehorse, you can see the facade of the original buildings but behind the facade is all new structure or at least in some cases. Here, you see the logs and all, Quite interesting. Also saw a couple of cruise buses for the cruise/land tours. So they obviously do travel quite a ways away after getting off the ship.
Now spending time on the internet as we get 2 free hrs here.
Wildlife: 1 black rabbit; 1 young moose
... a real toe in it with some kind of liquor. I don’t think I could even stand to watch someone drink it. There is a story behind it that I can’t remember. I can remember that someone stole it and then someone else donated his toe on his death to replace it.
I wandered around town looking at all the buildings as Parks Canada are doing a really good job in restoring the place. The tourist dollar is the only thing that ...
... for the season today, so that is why they were giving away the free ice-creams. There are other shops that are closed too, but I don’t know whether that is because it is Sunday or the end of the season. It seems a bit early to me as there are quite a few visitors still around. The sun is shining but it isn’t really warm.
All the shops have a lick of paint and look quite neat but as you walk around the back streets there are a few buildings that are in ...
After exploring the SS Klondike II in Whitehorse, we headed downriver for Dawson City.Camping in Moose River Provincial Campground overnight, the next morning we rolled into Dawson City mid morning and sought out and found Robert Service's cabin first thing. Apparently there is a fair bit of recitation around town, particularly on lubricated winter occasions, of his popular verses (Shooting of Dan McGrew, Cremation of Sam McGee...) but the guide at the site had many printed out pieces ...