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Travel Blogs from Tok
Drove into scenery of snow capped mountains and abundant lakes and rivers. The highway got more and more bumpy as we drove along. For a while the road followed the shore of Klaune Lake. We passed into Alaska and after another hour we were in Tok. Easy, unevenful day today. We did discover that to drive to or from Alaska means you have to go through …
Today we went to the Museum that everyone else saw yesterday with out same group of 10. Since we have already been to Tok (which the GPS lady says "Tee-Oh-Kay) and it's just an overnight stay, we decided to take advantage of this museum and we are glad we did. It was an amazing campus high on a hill and it was clear enough to see the Alaska Range with it's snow topped mountains.
The museum had several rooms dedicated to all things ...
... each other trying to get in. Seals were mking them jump like baitfish. Only a few make it. Walked up to the Worthington glagier and finished driving back to the Tok Cutoff. Spent the night at a nice state camp area with a lake. ...
... an earth mover. We were one of the first vehicles to venture into the quagmire, and after 100 yards, we were in the slop over the tires. Janet got off the bike, and I proceeded to duck walk the bike through the mud, until we hit a hole that had been covered by pieces of rock scraped by the plow. The bike sank up to the front axle. We worked on trying to rock the bike out of the hole while trying to maintain our balance in the muck. I had visions ...
... in front of the tires, and we put the jacks down again and it rolled backwards. After he blocked both directions, the rig stayed put and had learned its lesson.
We went into Dawson City, and I rode my bike on the top of the Yukon River dike that protects Dawson City from river floods. The Klondike River joins the Yukon River just above ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed