Canadas Best Value Inn - Downtown Hotel
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Hoy abandonamos Alaska y por lo tanto Estados Unidos, a las 8 ya estábamos tomando desayuno, pero para a las 8.30 arriba de las motos con destino Dawson City ya nuevamente en Canadá, el día espectacular, totalmente despejado y con 7 grados, pero subiendo, llego a 22.
El viaje sobre un paisaje repetido, pinos pequeños y no tupido por lo que se …
... service people in period costume. There are also many non park service historic sites to explore as well. In 1898 the town’s buildings were plain wooden buildings with fancy store fronts, with wooden board side walks and dirt roads. Today Dawson has one paved road, the federal highway that leads into and out of town. Nothing else has changed--dirt roads, wooden board sidewalks, and fancy store fronts..
Happy anniversary to us - 37 years married!
"I strolled up old Bonanza. The same old moon looks down.
The same old landmarks seemed to yearn to me;
But the cabins all were silent, and the flat, once like a town,
Was mighty still and lonesome-like to see.
There were piles and piles of tailings, where we toiled with pick and pan,
And turning round a bend, I heard a roar,
And there a giant gold-ship of the very newest ...
... still a ride worth making once. For Di it was more appealing than Prudhoe as we arrived in a normal working town rather than an industrial oil facility. More cheerful weather also helped. Our campsite was in town, bear fenced and on a wooden platform. An orange tent, 24 daylight, meant that a black jacket over one's head assist one to sleep!
Ridewise day 3 was most challenging. Whether it was rain or road workers watering the road much of the ...
... to seek their fortunes. We heard the story so many times, but suffice it to say most of the 100,000 people who set out for the Klondike either turned around or didn't find anything when they arrived. Supposedly, only 50 or so found enough to be worthwhile. Took a tour of the Dawson City Museum, with a lot of colorful history stuff, Robert Service's cabin (he was in residence here in ...