Ramada Whitehorse Hotel
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... aboard our B 737-200 aircraft, one of two in the fleet. We arrive at Whitehorse, Yukon on time and collect our bags.
Outside, our guides get our charter coach organized and we climb aboard to start our adventure. We are a group of 30 in total, many friends and West Coast Railway Association members are along plus a great contingent of guests from many parts of the world, the farthest afield being a couple from Northern Ireland.
We head out of the ...
... ride that goes along the foreshore of the Yukon River. I thought it would give us a great overview of the city. Well, I was wrong. It was long -1 hour and very boring. There wasn’t much to see of interest along the way and it was so slow. Jenny got off at Main Street but I had to go to the end as I didn’t have my jacket and it was raining lightly. I picked up my jacket from the "turtle truck" and met Jenny at Tim ...
... It is like downtown tampa was 15 years ago on a Sunday night. Dead, nothing but a few lost tourists and more than a few bums. I am staying next to an RCMP post, probably should go meet the constables. That is because I have ridden 1500 miles in Canada and seen only two police vehicles. The Canadians for the most part obey the speed rules, travel with their lights on, signal lane changes, and pull over to give you space on the shoulders when ...
... were pretty good and it was the kind of show the group could hoot and holler and we did!
The show was over at 11:00PM and it was still light outside. The sun comes up close to 4:30AM. We did wake up one night at 1:30AM and it was dark, so we knew it really did get dark for a few hours anyway!
Sunday, July 27th – Whitehorse, YT – Day 20 of the Caravan
An 8AM pancake breakfast was scheduled. ...
... is only an hour away by water. But things didn't quite go to plan.... About half way to Skagway I entered a corner when I felt something not quite right with the bike, when a few seconds late the front tyre blew out. The few seconds warning helped to lower the speed before control got a bit dicey, and I was able to pull up. After pushing the bike to a safe location to examine the damage, I pulled out the tools to remove the front wheel. I was carrying spare tubes for both front and ...