Westmark Whitehorse Hotel and Conference Center
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It's strange how I think about what I would blog when I'm riding, then forget to take the time to do it. I also have to remind myself to ride and quit daydreaming. Some of the sights are really spectacular, Kodak moments, but no safe place to stop. It was made clear on Saturday, when I was coming down a mountainside, another of those 8 degree ones, and it saw the river valley below. There was fog, but only near the river, the air was clear for miles. ...
... of doing a load of laundry...although actually it's a fairly big deal to be able to do so in a leisurely fashion here at the B&B vs. having to go to a laundromat, which I expect to have to do at another point or two down the road on this adventure. I also had a delicious breakfast of one of my French-Canadian host's specialties, Crepes Suzette.
As you will see from the pictures (although it's difficult to capture the scope and scale), basically it ...
... paid $7.30 each which gave us a full day pass to the center as much as we wanted. They had 2 ice skating rinks, 1 large swimming pool with a hot tub, whirl pool and kids pool, sauna, steam room, indoor walking track, gym, fitness classes, badminton, tennis, soccer, basketball and more it was incredible!! We played tennis then had fun in the pool and whirl pool before relaxing in the hot tub before ...
... Sierra Negra rises to an elevation of nearly 1,500 meters (4,890 feet) and is located in the southeast of Isabela. It is the largest and one of most active volcanoes in the archipelago, with 11 known eruptions since 1813, the most recent in October 2005.
Saturday, November 2: Isabela (Punta Moreno, Elizabeth Bay)
AM: Punta Moreno - is on the southwestern side of Isabela. From here there is a spectacular view of the Alcedo, Sierra Negra and ...
... around the canyon eliminated the need to battle this hazard. The hydroelectric dam constructed to provide power to Whitehorse has tamed Miles Canyon, but drifting through its 50-foot high basaltic walls is still a thrill.Robert Lowe Bridge
The suspension bridge across Miles Canyon was built in 1922 and dedicated by Governor General Lord Byng. Lowe came to the Yukon in 1899 and had mining interests in ...