Westmark Whitehorse Hotel and Conference Center
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- Free parking
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We don't have too many kilometers to go, today so we take it easy and decide to start a little later. It's nice to have a walk around even though there's not too much of interest here. Many of the guests at the hotel are motorcyclists and we get to cheating to a couple of people who are on their way back down from the north. They all have interesting stories and good information of the road conditions up ahead. It's another perfect day and ...
... the required tools to change. After removing the tube I discovered that the rubber bead which stops the ends of the spokes damaging the tyre had perisher. After using some electrical tape to provide a temporary replacement for the tyre bead, I swapped out the new tube and went to inflate with my compressor. Unfortunately the mini air compressor I had been carting around with me failed to produce any air.... A short time later a white van pulled up with two plumbers (Jim & ...
... 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. ...
... I had to take picture of the gas pump we used. Most of the others are a bit more updated, but the majority are the manual kind. Remember the ones before digital readouts and don't accept credit cards? Pay phones are common as cell service is sporadic. We stayed at a very picturesque campground - Northern Rockies Lodge right on Muncho Lake. They also provide fly in fishing, hunting and sightseeing ...
... 1900’s. The self guided tour was very interesting. There were lumber camps that were set up along the Yukon, crews cutting 7 days a week, simply to provide wood for the boilers for these paddle wheelers. If they ran aground on a gravel bar and couldn’t flush the gravel out by reversing the paddle wheel, or winch themselves off by tying cables to the bank, they deployed posts into the river bottom so they could ...