Canadas Best Value Inn - Downtown Hotel
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... left were bananas, and peaches as well as salad veggies that I wasn't sure about declaring, so decided I would play the dumb blonde and just ask! After 60 miles on the roughest road we have ever seen .... And the most spectacular landscape of mountain ranges both sides stretching for hundreds of miles, we reached the border of Alaska and Canada. Passports out - Have you entered Canada before? Yes. Do you have any alcohol? Yes. Do you have any firearms? No. Okay well enjoy ...
... 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!
... Other cars and RVs flew past me, driving 40-60 mph; I was still to worried what might fall apart on this road, so I took my time. And it payed off - we only lost a place meat off the table. When I was checking into the RV park, two other guests that had passed me were asking the front desk where they could find an RV mechanic to work on their units - one with a broken spring. I must have been really tired as it took me 3 tries to back ...
... advised me to take the ferry to the other side of the Yukon that evening instead of waiting in a long line in the morning...good advice. The ferry was flimsy in my estimation, without gates at the front or the back, and low sides. Buddy told me to unhook my seatbelt in case we had to swim for it. Thanks Hon! I watched the wicked-swift current carry a tern on a log quickly through the eddies to ...
... we decided to make another day trip into Alaska so turned onto the South Klondike Highway, camping halfway by Windy Arm where Nigel caught the first fish big enough to eat (sadly no photo).
Another town that owes it's existence to the Klondike Gold Rush, Skagway in 1898 was a rough and ready town with a population of 8-10,000. It was from here that 'stampeders' set off across White Pass ...