Stop In Family Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... well as interesting boxes of goods. There was a film which showed the history of the steamer. The original one only lasted about 6 years before it sunk but they were able to salvage a lot of the stuff and built a new one. This is the one that they built. The steamers ran up and down the rivers and lakes transporting people and goods. They would catch a ship to Skagway, and then the train to Whitehorse (the one we went on yesterday) and ...
... come back upstream, staff inside the building there count the salmon that climb up through the system. Quite amazing really..
We gave Rocky the RV a bit of a scrub up when we got back so she will be nice and clean before we hit the road tomorrow.
I have taken some photos of some old Army vehicles that we used when the US Army helped build the Alaskan Highway after the war.
Tomorrow we leave and head to Dawson City to stike Gold on the ...
It's strange how I think about what I would blog when I'm riding, then forget to take the time to do it. I also have to remind myself to ride and quit daydreaming. Some of the sights are really spectacular, Kodak moments, but no safe place to stop. It was made clear on Saturday, when I was coming down a mountainside, another of those 8 degree ones, and it saw the river valley below. There was fog, but only near the river, the air was clear for miles. ...
... my first try - much to the chagrin of the men at other camp sites watching me. We set up camp, fed the dogs, and unhooked. We headed into town to see Whitehorse. Actually we found not much there! Sad to say.... We had dinner at Klondike Ribs & Chips. We had delicious halibut with fries, and bread pudding for dessert. We returned for a little TV and a load of ...
... it was lovely. So cool and damp. The cedars were enormous- girth and height- and the smell of cedar as you walked through was heavenly. Only one other car pulled in to hike while we were there. I didn't take my camera with me out of the truck so I don't have pictures of this - I just didn't expect it to be much. A great surprise. We reached our next campsite which was near the town of Mackenzie, BC. Alexander Mackenzie's Landing was a public (free) campground built by ...