Ramada Whitehorse Hotel
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... they don't know Canada for squat!
We go ahead to find a more suitable place to park as the rigs are barely out of the travel lanes. We are out of cell service range within a couple of miles, can't find a wider spot on the road for a least 16 miles, so we decide to head into Whitehorse, a distance of 59 miles. Our plan is to park our trailer at an RV park, then go back and pick up Jim and Connie's 5th wheel and bring it to the RV park so they have a place to stay. ...
... we did have to pay a $6.50 fee for them to hand us the package after Fed Ex delivered it to them 15 minutes earlier… I guess if I’d caught the Fed Ex guy in the street instead of in the office I’d have avoided the fee… I wasn’t too happy… But after all the screwing around on both their parts we now have a NEW WORKING KEURIG coffee maker… Actually I liked the old one better… ...
... a few in each Province we pass through. I walked around the area and after saying I hadn't seen too many campers from the States, I spotted two from Massachuchets, two from Kentucy, one from Vermont, Alaska, Ohio, Oregon and Utah! There was also a couple from Ontario and one from Quebec. Can't say if they are coming or going but here they are.
We disconnected and drove the Element downtown. ...
... come to appreciate is the beauty of the country. So much to see and to
realize that God's hands were in it all. Praise God!!
We will leave here on the 30th and head to Haines
Junction for an overnight stop and THEN HEAD TO THE NEXT STOP…… Wonder where
that will be?
Thanks for looking at the page and may you feel as blessed
as we feel.
Lee and Neva
... of working people use the trail for exercise/relaxation during lunch.
We ate a late lunch at the Klondike Rib & Salmon Restaurant and looked in some shops to get the “T shirt” for real! Then drove by Yukon’s first high rise log “skyscraper”.
Then it was back to the campground to plan tomorrow’s trip north and have a campfire.