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... stay in Japan...
...travelled across Canada to Vancouver, make myself a new life with a love from a foreign land, and let it all slip away because that was the way it was meant to be...
...and now find myself learning how to ensure my car stays alive at minus -50 degrees Celsius, while also planning how I will avoid grizzly bears when I'm backpacking through untouched, unreachable lands except on foot.
This ever changing and comparing ...
... Neither I wanted! It was a long day without much bang. The train ride was so foggy we didn't see much. Carcross, a Native Nations village, had some interesting native paintings on their buildings and beautiful totem poles. We had to make two border crossings into Alaska and back into the Yukon Territory. No issues. Agents barely looked at us. Tomorrow a short travel day of 105 miles back to Teslin ...
... another grizzly run across the road and into the bush. Very quick sighting.
It was very exciting to get back to Whitehorse and complete the Alaska Highway. It is really amazing to think about the engineering feat that was accomplished building the road back in 1942. The downside of the trip is the feeling we got also driving on Route 66. A lot of the establishments are closed. Not sure what happened, but we tried to support the local ...
... a gift to her father. It cost more for the postage, than for the gift. Anyway, while there, the one postal employee said to the other" need any bear meat?" "No I'm good where did you get it" "well Jake had a drum full so he gave me a barrel". That's what goes on at the PO in Watson Lake. I had a little run in with some intoxicated Indians at the campground. However, it was a good thing; we could hear them yelling ...
... the photos and video I’ve posted. I could imagine that the photos would be even more dramatic if I’d had clear blue skies. During my drive back to Whitehorse, after returning up the Atlin Road I diverted off onto an alternate route back to town and found myself among some additional stunning scenery. At one point I stopped at a roadside rest/scenic viewpoint over a lake called Emerald Lake for a few pics, and while there a young ...