Inconnu Lodge

Address: Box 29008, Yukon, V1W 4A7, Canada | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by elboroom on Aug 08, 2013

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    Used dryer vent clamps , soup cans and woodstove door seal to permanently fix the exhaust. Moved on down Campbell Hwy. Over 260 miles mostly potholes, washboard, and mud or dust. Stopped a Lapi Canyon for some pics. Saw a cow moose swimming across a big lake. New loons appeared at ...

    Campbell Hwy

    A travel blog entry by elboroom on Aug 07, 2013

    2 photos

    We worked on the exhaust with hose clamps and soup cans. Not much better. Continued down the Campbell Hwy toward Watson Lake. Stopped at the 5 Fingers on the Yukon River. Big Gold Rush Riverboat spot. Saw a pair of small falcons (Am. Kestrels). Stopped in Faro to see Fannin Sheep but they were hiding. Stayed at the city RV Park. Very nice, freindly folks. Booked our cruise from Vancouver on the ...

    Movin South

    A travel blog entry by elboroom on Aug 06, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    Handled some business in Dawson City and hit a bakery for breakfast. Went south on the Klondike Loop stopping at lakes to see ducks and such. Made a bad move down one ruff road and tore the exhaust apart. Louder than before. Stopped in an Indian area where the government has a campground. Hot dogs and cards around the ...

    No Finding Agates!

    A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jul 03, 2013

    13 photos

    July 3—Route: Takhini Hot Springs, YT (near Whitehorse) to Pelly Crossing, YT--169 miles.
    Campground: Free Campground @ Selkirk Settlement, Pelly's Crossing, YT

    After getting Torston's blogs caught up and sent out from a most unlikely Campground (one that is not in the heart of any large community), we headed for Carmacks. Goal today was to get there in time for Bob and Torston to go out on one ...

    Abolutely fabulous

    A travel blog entry by worldlybound on Aug 13, 2010

    2 comments, 10 photos

    Kluane Park, Yukon August 12, 2010

    After Mother Nature decided that we were not going to travel across the Top of the World Highway which is now closed indefinitely and Highway 37 in northern British Columbia is still under threat of a burning forest fire we drove back to Whitehorse and stayed at the Takini Hot Springs and campground for the night. The warm pools lulled us to sleep and the next day ...

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