Canadas Best Value Inn - Downtown Hotel
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... record for the biggest defeat in the Stanley Cup. he was also a war hero and saved many Romanians during the war.
* Gold is 19 times heavier than water.
*Dawson is surrounded by piles of rock which has been left over from dredging.
* The Klondike Gold rush started in 1886 with the discovery of placer gold on Rabbit(Now Bonanza) Creek which is a tributary of the Klondike.
Tomorrow we head over the border into Alaska!
... Fortunately, many of us were given water by a nice young man with a canoe and bike on his truck, or it would have been even uglier than it was. Greg kept saying that when we got home he was going to sell his bike and take up stamp collecting! To top it all off, my can of bear spray got punctured (it was zip tied to my handlebar, and a plastic tab that holds my light eventually wore a hole through). It was in a holster, so I ...
... for yesterday. We had a great tour ot Dawson City and then off to Dredge #4 to tour that operation. It was 3:00PM by the time all the tours were over. We came back home to have a bite of lunch, vacuum and do laundry and catch up on pressing bookkeeping tasks.
After our social/travel meeting, we readied ourselves for our next stop, Chicken, Alaska along the "Top of the World ...
... the people traveling the Alcan highway and other roads to Alaska.
We went to the Jack London Cabin “museum” to listen to an interpretive talk about the year Jack spent in the Yukon. The talk was very good. Karen and I have been to Jack London Square in downtown Oakland. An interesting fact is the cabin Jack lived in was split between the cities in the 1960's. They both wanted it so each got a half. ...
How time flies when you're having fun! It’s Day 72 of our trip and, having celebrated Canada Day in The Yukon, we’re just about to head back into the USA to celebrate Independence Day there. Mind you, should we really be celebrating the Day they finally kicked us Brits out of the Country – the jury’s still out on that one.
Since we started this trip ...