Westmark Whitehorse Hotel and Conference Center
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... Some of the RVs are literally the size of a bus and special licenses have to be taken to drive one of these beasts. Today we cross into the Yukon and our stop for the night is Watson Lake the home of the Sign Post Forest. Our hotel for the night is called "A Nice Motel"! The check in for the motel is at the Petro Canada service station! Am I worried?! No I've done my due diligence and I know that this will be a good motel. Everyone else ...
... the latter part heading for Whitehorse), but alas, no Bullwinkle sightings at all. I finally reached the town of Teslin for a fuel stop and for lunch, and chatted up a fellow traveler at the pump who was heading southbound to Montana. My Mississippi license tag is always a conversation starter up in these parts. From there it was the remaining generally not-particularly-noteworthy stretch for this day on ...
... Airport Chalet. When I tried to make reservations at the Ramada for this evening, it was full. The Chalet is a bit rough around the edges, but clean, quiet, nice room, and $50 less expensive than the Ramada. Plus, before it gets dark, I walk just down the highway to the DC-3 weathervane that I'm now seeing for the 4th time, and get some pictures--it's part of the Yukon Transportation Museum. I'm in bed by ...
... going. Our itinerary is Geneva, Chamonix, Zermatt and Zurich. Kim flies home at that point. Then Val, Laura and I go onto London and train to Falmouth where Laura will be in a week long pony camp (with swimming thrown in) and Val and I will hike the Southwest Coastal trail. It's 72 miles but we have 6 full days. Then back to London and home.
The SW Coastal trail was the setting for Elizabeth George's "Careless in Red" mystery, which I thought was pretty ...
... today and it is raining on and off, so I didn't bother to take any pictures. In addition, we did not see any wildlife at all today.
Joe’s back is slightly better, but it hurts when he stands or walks. Luckily he has no pain while driving or when he puts his foot on the accelerator. It should be about 250 miles today. Hopefully we will have better roads, and no construction. Our trailer and truck is so dirty inside and out that we cannot believe it. It’s ...