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Hoke.jim stayed here on May 20, 2013 during their trip titled: Hoke.jim's Great Adventure.
We ended up in bed about 9:30 last night at the Liard Hot Springs - much earlier than usual, but I used this to my advantage and got the girls up about 7 this morning. An early start meant that we could be on the road a little longer - I wanted to try and make Whitehorse (about 400 miles away). The drive was mostly flat today, a few hills, but the …
... all vehicles. My friends and acquaintances know what a constant and heavy alcoholic beverage drinker I am, so I had great cause for trepidation…NOT! The officer asked me if I was carrying any alcoholic beverages, to which I replied in the negative, and apparently my response was indeed believable (go figure) and he said he just needed to walk to the back of my vehicle to check my license plate. ...
... relatively young, was terrific; picking out the clear bits and getting very excited when the clouds opened up. He spotted a grizzly, which we did a circle around to fly over and a herd of caribou. The expanse of glaciers were amazing, just like long white highways winding their way between the mountains. There was quite a lot of snow cover so we didn't get that brilliant blue, although on the way back we flew over one ...
... the Wildlife Preserve, a decision we’re glad we made. This Preserve was started 50 some years ago as a private animal rehab facility. The owner then sold it to the Yukon Government, which has run it since. The animals in this facility are animals found in the Yukon—
Elk were reintroduced to the Yukon 50 years ago. They have not multiplied as fast as the Wood Bison. We were able to touch and feel some velvet ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center