Westmark Inn Dawson City
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We had a room in the new building across the street from the reception desk. It was very plush with a wonderful bed and lots of large pillows. The service was very polished (typical of our Westmark experiences.)
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... to replace all the miners. It was able to dig quite deep where the placer rocks were. It worked continuously and was in its own pond of water.
We came back into town and tried to find somewhere to eat. It is Labour Day today, so most places were closed. We ended up at the "The Klondike" Pub. This is where they have the “sour toe” drink. It is only served after 9pm and I won’t be awake then. Lucky for me! ...
... a beautiful sunny afternoon but the air is really cold. The lady running the RV Park said they have had snow, just a sprinkling that melted away. !! I can see I am going to have to get some warmer clothes and also start praying for the Snow Gods to hold off until we finish our trip !
We have a rest day here in Dawson tomorrow before hitting the road again. I have just made a stirfry for dinner and all is good in the world.
The 4th day of riding was the day from hell! 96 miles, the first 60 was pretty much steady climbing into a strong headwind that just got worse all day long. It was 15+ mph at the end of the day, and gusting more than that. We had to work just to go downhill, and the roads were pretty rough so it was ******* your hands. The only store was 24 miles from the end, and when we got there we found out it had burned down ...
... to NS... She went to the D.C. museum library and the summer student ran a few microfilms through the reader. Pay Dirt! She got copies of three mining claims he submitted! Moral is, follow your hunches! Turns out the tales handed down in the family were right! At the end of a long, peak day, we crossed the Yukon on the small ferry to camp in the Yukon River campsite. That side of the river is where the houses of ill repute were moved when Dawson City tried to change its established ...
... an overlook to walk up to and survey the lake and surrounding area. Very nice looking. We saw Daisy there also. It is interesting to see the people you keep running into along the way. It makes me think about the Appalachian Trail and thru-hikers. You meet up with a few folks, hike with them for a week and then others come and go.
On the road again… we got to Carmacks and the local red fox was scurrying about the town. The road went ...