Stop In Family Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lost and we drive around Whitehorse for a while. We end up on a gravel road, Jim stops and admits he is lost. My truck has a navigation system so we input the address we are looking for. The system has us turning right, right, right, yep 3 rights so that we can continue on the street that tees into the location where we are stopped. I back up 10 feet and the maps shows me to go to the left on the side street. I drive maybe 120' and there is Jim's truck sitting on top of the ...
... twilightish. And it was really cold. I didn't pay attention to how cold it was because I was enjoying the rewards of the early morning.
- I got to see the sunrise over the Yukon River.
- I got to hear the coyotes howling, see the seagulls squawking as they hunted for breakfast and watch the fish flopping in the river.
- I was mostly alone in the very early Sunday morning hour. That, too, I find ...
... 8230; Anyway all I got done was to sign on… Check stuff with the bank account... and tried to log onto my e-mail and my 30 min was up… So since it was so slow… we just decided to wait…
I think the main attraction for us in Whitehorse was the SS Klondike paddle wheel river boat… Parks Canada - S.S. Klondike National Historic Site the one on display was the last one built and the last ...
... some mountain goats( got a picture) and buffalo. The buffalo was roaming through the campground when we stopped for the night. Brewster got very excited! There was a hot springs across from the campground that Mike and Doug enjoyed. Anita and I didn't go with them so we are assuming they behaved themselves. Sunday we stopped briefly at Watson Lake to see the sign village. There are thousands of signs from all over the ...
... had it shipped by small paddle wheeler several hundred miles upstream in the Yukon River watershed to Teslin, then located in a vast and roadless wilderness.He made four miles of crude road that 13 years later became part of the Alaska Highway. The car became an icon of enterprise serving as local taxi, pulling ...