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... another quaint place with some historical buildings and some new First Nations buildings. The caribou have long gone, but the railway starts here. It used to go from Whitehorse to the water port of Skagway. It was built in 1897/9 in 26 months. It climbs 880 meters and twists through rocky steep terrain giving us shutterbugs hundreds of scenes to shoot. The White Pass and Yukon Route transported ore,as well as passengers heading for the goldfields further up on the ...
... in dock for the day. Amazing, those ships are massive. The town is still like an old Western town with Boardwalks for footpaths etc. We took a few pictures and then it was time to head back to the bus. We are coming back to Skagway on our trip home so we didn't worry about missing some time there.
The road trip back to Whitehorse via Carcross for an icecream stop took about 90 minutes. We had to go through Canadian customs again ...
... Especially when the one hit me. As I went north, I assume it was the lack of traffic, but very little leftovers on the road. A few porcupines, no live ones. In the mountains, I saw enough road kill, all big. A few moose and one buffalo. The scavengers here are big black crows, could be ravens, but I'm not exactly sure. They are 3 times the size of my dog though. I wouldn't like to hit them though. Last stop today is in Whitehorse, the capital of ...
... to 3200 ft. in 11 miles, so it was pretty constant climbing. Lots of stops, but no walking! Then we were anticipating an easy rest of the day (65 miles total that day), but little did we know we'd have another 3000 feet of climbing in the afternoon. Everybody was pretty whipped by the time we got to camp. We pretty much ate and were in bed by 8:30 or ...
... Our free sites topped it by far, but we bit the bullet and shelled out for our 2nd paid campsite of the trip. ;-) I should mention that mosquitoes are increasing as we get close to the Yukon, too. On our way again, continuing on the Alaska Highway and stopped at Ft. Nelson Visitor Center. The visitor centers in all the towns we've been through in Canada have been really helpful. Free Wifi and lots of printed publications on anything and everything you want to know about ...