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16AUG2015 Our goal was to pick up the pace and get down the Cassiar Highway… The Cassiar Highway is new ground for us… and to be honest it’s a narrow rough road but we passed many beautiful lakes where had we had more time we might of just sat by the lake for a ...
... his picture.
The roadside is covered with beautiful purple fireweed. It grows wild along the edges of the road creating in many places a lovely carpet of color.
After arriving in Whitehorse, we did some shopping and tomorrow we will have the oil changed before continuing down the Alaska Highway to the ...
... So rapids became known as white horse. It is also the capital of Yukon territory with a population of just over 26,000 souls.
We are here to rest up before continuing our trek to Alaska. The town offers a lot of history so we will visit the museums and tour the stern wheel riverboat Klondike. This area of Yukon Territory was inhabited by First Nation people for thousands of years before the arrival of Europeans. Then the European fur ...
... eyes met with the bears about 10 feet away. This was a magnificent animal but not to be messed with so thoughts of stopping the bike and getting photos soon faded.
Eventually Andy and I break off from Nick Sanders group and ride on our own. We encounter spectacular wilderness and are blown away by the sheer size of this place. Everywhere there is forest with some unfortunately burnt out ...
... the wind was back and getting worse and worse. At least we had sealed road. The roadworks had come to a stop, for now.
I reached the town of Kluane after about 80 km. Town? What town? There was nobody! It was a ghost town, nothing open and nobody in sight. I made a bush camp in what looked like what was once an RV park. The wind howled all night, and the following morning was even more blowy.
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