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... Carcross train (which operates 6 days a week, not Sa*************ed by GE shovel nose unit #97 (I would get to know her well in a couple of days!), a flatcar, and three coaches.
After photographs, we headed to the ice cream store which was in the oldest continuing operated general store in the Yukon! Departing Carcross, we headed south and down the spectacular White Pass, across the Yukon /BC border and then the BC / Alaska border and into Skagway. We ...
... quick internet lunch stop at Tim Hortons before heading back to the waterfront to see the big Klondike Paddle Steamer. It was wonderfully restored and really told the story of the Goldrush days and what it was like plying the river with supplies for the miners in Dawson city. They have so many old artifacts aboard you could just imagine yourself travelling up river in style.
The town of Whitehorse was also a railroad town and a gateway for ...
... myself out of bed this morning and had a lukewarm shower and rushed over and of course I had to wait until the park office opened. That was okay as I watched a squirrel devour an acorn. When the office opened they guy rang through and the office happens to be in Skagway which is Alaska and on Alaskan time. That is an hour difference, so I had to go back to the van and wait ¾ of an hour until the office opened. I went back and the guy eventually got through. I had to give heaps ...
We left Dawson City early, headed for the city - Whitehorse. We were so happy to see pavement! We passed over the McQuesten and Stewart Rivers. You just can't understand how beautiful these rivers are. We stopped at historic Moose Creek Lodge, famous their homemade pastries. We got the best fruit tarts and fresh coffee. And the we hit the gravel roads - actually they ...
July 10, 2014 truck - 63,754; trip - 3,745
The morning was rainy and overcast so we rolled through McDonalds for cups of coffee and were on the road by 5:06 a.m. Finally, the famous Al-Can Highway. The Milepost (this is a must-have publication for Alaska travel!!) alerted us to a rest area with flush toilets and running water...JACKPOT! Bud stopped at a truckstop for another cup of coffee but you had to bring your own ...