Ramada Whitehorse Hotel
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... rice and a bit of water, plug cooker into cigarette lighter and 30 minutes later a hot lunch. Haven't yet fired up my propane stove. Life is so uncomplicated. Could not get a site at closest campground south of Whitehorse, so had to backtrack to Marsh Lake. I think the locals are in these sites and there are a lot of Americans doing the Alaska Hwy. Tomorrow I will send the whole day in Whitehorse (almost half the the ...
... labour and migration into more urban centres...deroding both language, culture and community.
NOT worth it.
So, with the two weeks I have for spring break, I will use every second I can visiting friends. Here is my rough itinerary:
-Visit Kyoto and potter friends, Derek and Kasumi. Force Derek to relive his arm-wrestling experience (see previous entry on Halloween!)
-Visit Hiroshima, taking in the island and war ...
... 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 ...
... a crazy amount! We stopped in Pincher Creek for coffee at the Harvest Coffee House while waiting for the bank next door to open so we could exchange our money. The coffee was great and the staff was super friendly and I got my first dose of real Canadian accents here. While we were here, Shane discovered that our money stash that he kept in a secret spot in the truck had gotten soaked somehow and so since we were going to be exchanging some for Canadian money at the bank, he needed ...