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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... we had seen and they scared him off even deeper into the bush. So that was it...our moment with a moose gone ! Kaff would have sat there for an hour just incase he came back but I drove off anyway...on a mission to get into Dawson City.
The town of Dawson is just like the old days, dirt streets, boardwalk footpaths right along the Yukon River. There bars and hotels and stores and gambling dens. Some of the old ...
... cabin of Jack London. So quite a literary morning :0). Left with a resolve to get those "old favorite" books, and some we'd never read, off the shelf when we get home. Parks Canada saved this place, in our opinion. Fortunately PC had money and resolve and was able to combine the two to "collect" many important buildings and their artifacts. Restoring and maintaining buildings is no easy job, but they set the bar high with both and now interpret many by guided walking tours or ...
Good morning from Teslin. Very nice river/lake town. There was a very nice bridge over the river.
We are leaving Teslin for Whitehorse and then onto Dawson City. Popular name in the Yukon and BC.
We started the morning off visiting the Yukon Motel's Yukon Wildlife Gallery. We spoke with a First Nation fella outside for a bit. He liked to live in the woods. The gallery was very nice with a lot of different animals. I want to see the ...
Days sometimes start quite dull as we pull out of our (usually free) campsite onto an empty highway. Clouds hang like ghostly blankets from the mountains and mist shimmers over lakes and rivers.
At such quiet times we may spot a bear grazing by the verge, or even nonchalantly crossing in front of us.
We’re not just looking for bears, we’ve spotted ...
... by the town.
We hung out at the Snake Pi,t a locals bar with severely slanted floors. There is a burlesque show in town and Lee and Walt go out till late. I stay home trying to rest up for the gravel road ahead. The stories we have heard of the road conditions have us concerned. We wake to blue skies and get started by taking the ferry over the Yukon. The weather is only surpassed by the ...