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I hesitate to write this blog as you will see it is more than a little embarrassing. But I have written many an entry that described others follies along the way. I couldn't keep my problems a secrete in good conscience so I will confess at some point, just not today.
We wake up to nearly clear blue skies but cool temps. We will ride in temps …
... place with some historical buildings and some new First Nations buildings. The caribou have long gone, but the railway starts here. It used to go from Whitehorse to the water port of Skagway. It was built in 1897/9 in 26 months. It climbs 880 meters and twists through rocky steep terrain giving us shutterbugs hundreds of scenes to shoot. The White Pass and Yukon Route transported ore as well as passengers heading for the goldfields further up on the Klondike.
... our travels brought us to beautiful Miles Canyon where the Yukon River cuts thru 330’ of lava flow. A foot suspension built in 1922 crosses over the river. It was a beautiful little park that we never would have found if not for geocaching!
We went to the Fish Ladders near the Whitehorse Dam. This is the longest journey some the Salmon make, almost 2,000 miles taking 3 months! The center was very interesting and well ...
... Horrible! We decide instead to head to the Sign Post Forest and leave our mark with everyone else's and then head to the first Chinese meal we've had since leaving Australia. It's not too bad at all and we head back to prepare for another day of riding. Morning dawns overcast and showery but it's not too bad and we decide against the wet weather gear. Bad decision!! Ten minutes down the road and it gets wetter and wetter! So we stop ...
... it out quickly so as not to embarrassingly hand them sopping wet bills. SO here in this coffee shop, Shane laundered our money. Bills were spread out everywhere across the bartop by the windows where we were sitting. The friendy folks sipping coffee in there got a good laugh out of it. Next door we exchanged our (mostly dry) plain ol' U.S. dollars for some very pretty (Shane got really excited by how pretty it was) Canadian dollars. On we went and as we headed closer to the ...