The Town and Mountain Hotel
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... We don't expect to see Connie and Jim until we arrive in Whitehorse. Wrongo, Buster! About 10 miles from Otter Falls Junction there sits Jim and Connie on the side of the road. We stop and expect one of them to say that they stopped for a potty break. But no, Jim says that they are broken down. ****! Their cell phones don't work out here in the boonies but Jil's smart phone does, thank goodness. Jim is able to contact his insurance provider but they have no idea where his location ...
... the steam engine would function and if the ship still floats after 60 years out of water… it would run down the river… its in that good of condition! I’m afraid the one in Fairbanks isn’t in nearly the same condition… What a shame!
Finally, finally after 2 weeks on the road and the promises made by both Keurig and Fed Ex our new coffee maker finally caught up with us in ...
... in Northern Canada. Summer days here have daylight 20 hours a day. Guinness says it has the least pollution of any city in the world!
After phoning and striking out on two other parks, we found a spot at Caribou RV Park South of town a few miles. A nice park with pull thru's and good accommodations. We will drive into town later and get a few groceries and hopefully score some caches. We want ...
... us a train ride and bus ride trip
to Skagway in Alaska from where we are. Looks scary to me (Neva), but I scare
easy. The trip is 10 hours long so tomorrow will be a long day. The best part
is the bus will pick us up at the campgrounds at 8:30 in the morning.
So tomorrow Sunday the 28, 2015 we will be on a train and
giving God the glory of the earth He has created. That is one of the things ...
Shortly after all this, I stopped for a break at the Tetlin Wildlife refuge headquarters which had a nice display including some stuffed lynx, bears and other animals.
Then, I was across the border, which was nothing but a sign at the side of the road. There was a check station but it was US border protection and customs so was only stopping traffic into Alaska. It wasn't until 20 miles later, and ...