Westmark Inn Tok
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsWestmark Inn Tok
Although the room was not as nice as our stay in Dawson City, the bed was great, the room very clean and the staff was helpful. Another positive Westmark experience.
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Travel Blogs from Tok
... Day. Pulled into Tok which is an interesting small town. All side roads and parking lots are dirt and gravel. Checked into our hotel and of course had dinner at Fast Eddy's. Jim had the Prime Rib, I'm not a meat eater so settled on the Captains Seafood Platter. Pretty good overall.
... the frostbitten land,The trapper picks up the ermine by hand. "Thank you, my friend," he says in voice true. "My ife is much richer because of you.You have blessed me with wealth without measure;You are indeed an unreplaceable treasure."The ermine stares back with chocolatey eyesAnd wiggles his nose in sincerity; no lies.
The two live on in a wilderness paradise,Their friendship together perfecting each lonely life.
The next day was a day of projects. Josh and Jay had to move the old cabin floor. When Josh and I tore down the old cabin last year, we had stalled too long in moving the floor and winter froze it in, but now that everything was thawed, it was time to relocate it. With a great deal of effort and an entire morning, they two guys moved it over to the other side of the field. I, on the other hand, had my work cut out for me in tanning Josh's black bear hide. The greasy hide ...
... me and it spun and bolted for the scrub. Hey, at least I got some value from my $1.50 bear bell! The day was a big one as we rode another 70 miles to a town called Glenallen where we camped for the night.
When we left Glenallen, we turned off the Ric******* Highway and onto the Tok Connection Road. Shortly after, the countryside changed from quite hilly and mountainous riding to that of the rolling downs of Alpine Tundra.
... past it and taken the same pictures just days before.
To sum up the rest of the day, we'll just leave it at: driving. Lots of driving. Sometimes me. Sometimes Andrew. Probably most of the time Andrew if I'm being honest.
Since it was destined to be our deja vu day, we stopped for dinner in Whitehorse and ate at the same restaurant as before. I had the barbecue salmon and loved every bite of it. We sat with some people that had rented an RV and ...