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... homesick for his home town, Danville, Illinois.
He constructed a sign and started what is now the Sign Post Forest, home to over 80,000 signs from all over the world.
Visitors are still encouraged to add to the forest.
- Goats on the road
- Lots of Bison
... constructing over 1200 miles of road from Dawson Creek to Delta Junction in only eight months!
Shortly before reaching Watson Lake we cross into Yukon Territory. The Yukon is a very human deprived place with only 36,000 residents. Whitehorse is home for 25,000, DawsonCity 4000, and Watson Lake has 1495 souls. So that's approximately 5000 people for the rest of the entire territory. Like I said before, one can travel fairly great ...
... when his health wouldn’t let him travel… He would say he "was traveling/living vicariously thru us!"
In the summer of 93 & the summer of 03 we placed a sign at Watson Lake Sign Forest… And we have a photo of our first sign to show you from the early trip… Today we have a photo that of the sign we made in 03… it was a simple piece of wood painted with red paint… But for us it was a ...
Day 11: July 9 (Do not have cell or wifi for the next few days) Left Fort Nelson and headed to Liard River Hot Springs Park. Saw a small herd of stone sheep on the road, 2 ewes and 3 babies - was had to get a good look at them as we were almost on top of them when we noticed them. Also saw a few bison on the road about 1/4 mile up as we entered Liard Hot Springs.
On the drive I noticed a lot of dredge tailings throughout the ...
... consequences of the wildfires a couple hours later. As we were driving, we must have passed through at least 20 kms of smoke so thick we couldn't see the vehicles coming from the opposite direction. We even passed through the site that was freshly burned last night and the word that kept coming to mind, oddly enough, was surreal.
Thankfully, eventually the smoke did not just clear up, but it ...