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... is the paddle steamer, Klondike. It sits right in town on the edge of the mighty Yukon. They have done a fantastic job in restoring this boat. It really suited me as there were lots of tins of stuff displayed as well as interesting boxes of goods. There was a film which showed the history of the steamer. The original one only lasted about 6 years before it sunk but they were able to salvage a lot of the stuff and built a new one. This is the one that they built. The steamers ran up ...
Group visited The Beringia Interpretive Center today. The Center traces the ice age in Yukon, which unlike the rest of Canada, was for the most part ice free. Artifacts include sloths, short faced bears, sabre tooth lions and a cast of the largest woolly mammoth skeleton ever recorded in North America. Quite an interesting place. Lunch in downtown Whitehorse with Pete & Toni at The Edgewater Bar & Grill. ...
... Neither I wanted! It was a long day without much bang. The train ride was so foggy we didn't see much. Carcross, a Native Nations village, had some interesting native paintings on their buildings and beautiful totem poles. We had to make two border crossings into Alaska and back into the Yukon Territory. No issues. Agents barely looked at us. Tomorrow a short travel day of 105 miles back to Teslin ...
... bugs were all a challenge. It was probably the best nine hole course I have ever played (Gig Harbor held that title for about a week. We asked the locals how long the season was and they said about two months. Gets pretty cold as you head north.
Whitehorse was a good stop and we provisioned for a few days.
We were in the land of the midnight sun. It got dark around 11pm in the Yukon which was remarkable.
... a small, out of the way gas stations and it was $7.00 a gallon.
Pulled into a very nice RV park with two dog walks for our furry family. We finished the black out effect for our windows as we are in the land of the midnight sun.
Spent this day at Whitehorse doing laundry (7 loads), stocking up on food and ...