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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... an air compressor and generator to power it. We offer to blow up his tires and he accepts. The low tire but the tire has a hole in it and will not hold air. Okay, now he has two flat tires out of four......... I can't help him, he has a means of getting the tires to someone who can repair them not a mile down the road and has a cell phone. We say goodbye and safe travels and resume our trip. Sorry we couldn't be of help.
We pass through Haines Junction and head ...
... for fear that they might fall down… Mind you… no testing… just speculation… I asked if we could go into the wheel house… and our friend said sure… I’ll take you up there… but the 24 year old gal who was the guide… he was the worker… She was the guide said flatly that the area was closed… I think that with some clean up… and testing this boiler would fire ...
... dash cams but the internet here is too slow to upload them.
We did stop in Teslin for a photo op and some lunch. Arrived there about 11:30. A Minnesota fifth wheel happened to be there. There was a geocache there as well but it had a difficult and terrain rating of 4 (out of 5) so we passed on that.
Our destination was Whitehorse, the capital of YT. It is a city of 28,000 and the ...
Sat. morning we broke camp and left Teslin at 9:02 am and
arrived at Hi Country RV Park in Whitehorse, Yukon at 11:13. Not a bad trip and
we did not see one wild life on the way. We passed lots of moose signs but seen
The campground is nice but camper is packed in between trees
so I guess it is sort of tight but it is ok. Went downtown Whitehorse and
looked around and seen some sites. ...
... on a pedestal at the Whitehorse International Airport--the slightest breeze causes it to swing around to point into the wind - World’s Largest Weather Vane!
Rented bikes and road the Millennium Trail beside the Yukon River. Along the trail we saw the S.S. Klondike-one of the largest stern wheelers-a National Historic Site by Parks Canada. We visited ...