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Ok, to summarize yesterday's events, Jim and Connie's truck broke down in the middle of nowhere and had no means of communication. We happened upon them, decided that we would do more good going into Whitehorse and reserving a camp site for them. We then would call back to determine how best we could help. We couldn't contact them....... I called a tow service and they had been in contact with the Gales and were handling the transport of the broken truck, their 5th wheel and the ...
Val, Laura and I had to get up at 3:45 a.m. to catch the Air Canada flight to Vancouver this morning. Everything went fine. We arrived just after 8 and had time to go to MEC, shop downtown (or at least look), and have a nice lunch at Mahoney's pub on the water. We checked out Oakridge Mall for a bit as well. We left YVR for London around 6:20 pm on a ...
... longest bridge along the Highway, the Nisutlin Bay Bridge. (MilePost 775)
Then, at historic MilePost 836, sits Johnson's Crossings, home of the famous bakery...of cinnamon rolls! The Crossing boasts of a population of a whopping 15.
Whitehorse (MilePost 918), Yukon, began as a tent roadhouse and saloon to provide lodging and refreshments to the thousands of men stampeding ...
... Jordan at 25 vs. Jordan at 30!
It feels right that I'm going back. The village I fell in love with at once, so breathtaking in its panorama, it's tuckedness into the mountain, the way it curved along the river to make a home for the counted few...it's about to get fewer.
They (the government) have decided to close its only school. I understand the reasoning, it's rational. I tried my darndness: teaching my pre-school class of four to ...
... a car hit them they would cause heaps of damage.
Liard Hot Springs is Mile 496 and was the site of a major construction camp and of course the hot springs were used by the men and the women were reserved one day each week.
Mile 524 is called Fireside and it is where a giant coal fire burned day and night to warm the construction workers and as we went past it a great plume of fog was coming out across the lake.
Mile 627 is where the highway crosses from B.C. into ...