The Town and Mountain Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... The bus dropped some people off as they were doing a different rail tour to Bennet Lake and took us on to Fraser where we were going to catch the train into Skagway.
On the train they announced that Customs would be getting on to check everyone’s passport etc. We just sat there as we had our passport but no visa. When the officious guy came along we explained what was up and he took our passports and told us to meet him when the train stopped at the station.
... 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.
... next day to here though.
Tomorrow we leave for Dawson City, our next rest day, then on to the Dempster. It's been a hard trip, but Greg and I both feel physically and mentally ready for the next segments!
Love to all. Think of you often and wish I could be more regular with the updates, but wifi is pretty limited out here in the ...
... are starting to be a little more bearable as we head further north. 26 - 28 degrees.....perfect weather for riding. Gorgeous blue skies lovely forest all around and straight, straight roads! At our fuel/coffee stop we meet an Italian rider who's been up north traveling on his own through to Vancouver where he'll be meeting his wife and together they'll be doing a bit of America. It's nice to be able to chat with someone in ...
... plus helpful, friendly and knowledgeable staff. We met a couple from Sumter, SC here and chatted about the Rv lifestyle. They have been living in their RV for 4 years! We have learned that this far up and beyond, you can pretty much dry camp in any pullout that isn't marked with signs stating no camping. So, we are doing that now for the most part. We found a great spot mentioned in our Alaska Camping book- TRaveler's Guide to Alaskan Camping by Mike & Terri Church. It's just ...