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Group trip today, Whitehorse/Skagway Bus/Tran ride. First stop, Emerald Lake. The rainbow like colors of the lake result from blue-green light waves reflecting off the white sediment of the lake bottom. Next a stop in Carcross, charming little town. Took the train from Fraiser to Skagway for a quick visit and some lunch. Back on the bus and back to ...
... 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 ...
... REI and Yakima and see what happens.
We saw several bears, black and brown, along the way as well as some moose. The wildlife along the road was good, but fewer than I expected.
Whitehorse was a cool outpost of a town. We had some good food and drink there, but the highlight was the Meadow Lakes CC. It was nine holes that were set in nature like I have never seen before. Elevation change, water, ...
We started the day at a traffic stop on the gravel road as we head toward Whitehorse, the Capitol of the Yukon. Spotted a bear just sitting on the bank watching the traffic go by. Weather is over 40 degrees lower than when we started.
At gas stations and RV camps, stories are exchanged. One couple from Georgia told us they pulled in to get ...
... above freezing (barely, at times) even at higher elevations. The scouting report on this leg of the drive was for it to be a fair bit less interesting than yesterday’s wide range of mountain terrain, and minimal civilization (only one town along the way, actually), and that proved to be accurate. (I did hit a road trip milestone early on in the day: 5000 total miles driven so far.) My first 3 ...