The Town and Mountain Hotel
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... She roared by at a good clip—I can hardly wait for our rides! I walk back to the shops and catch the two “Summit” trains heading up the line, first one headed by GE #94 / MLW #101 /GE #99 sounded great as she paraded 12 cars up the hill, next by was the other train lead by GE #100 / MLW 104 / GE 99 and 15 cars at full throttle! Great show!
Time now to walk back to town and explore the shops, as well as the station and the station gift ...
... was made easy by them just coming onto the bus to collect our paperwork.
We met a family on the bus who had 3 young kids who had just spent 4 days walking the trail..these kids were awesome, they had also walked 200 klm across England this year over 14 days..It certainly made me feel fat and unfit that's for sure..lol
Tomorrow is sleep in day then taking a walk around town, refuelling and gassing before heading North on Sunday.
... the town of Teslin. This place claims that it has the longest bridge in the Yukon. It is funny how everyone tries to make a claim to get some notoriety.
We are now at Mile 918 and it is Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon. We have followed the Alaskan Highway from Dawson Creek and this road is an amazing feat. It goes around mountains and lakes and across many rivers which are really deep canyons. I said before it was built in 1942/3 and only took 8 months. This is amazing as ...
... It is like downtown tampa was 15 years ago on a Sunday night. Dead, nothing but a few lost tourists and more than a few bums. I am staying next to an RCMP post, probably should go meet the constables. That is because I have ridden 1500 miles in Canada and seen only two police vehicles. The Canadians for the most part obey the speed rules, travel with their lights on, signal lane changes, and pull over to give you space on the shoulders when ...
... allows salmon and trout to go up the Yukon River to detour around a dam so they can spawn. At the Information Center we watched an interesting film about black bears and grizzlies; how they differ in behaviors and what to if confronted by one. With black bears stand and talk nice to them ( oh sure) with Grizzlies play dead ( another oh sure). We also toured a paddlewheeler, the SS Klondike, a flat bottomed boat used to transport passengers ...