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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 …
... from Australia, just a shame the White Lane people couldn't even spell Australia ! I had a chat to a bloke outside the signs, he picked our accent..as he walked away I noticed he had a Hook for a hand.
Our Lunchstop today was at Rancheria which was a Petrol pump with a restaurant and not much else. The Lunch special was a Cheese with grilled onion ? I am guessing it was a sandwich ?? but we had ours in the Van. Toasted ham & Cheese. We ...
Fred, the bison, did not attack our turtle truck during the night, but he was out the front of the lodge to farewell all of the guests that were leaving today. It is so strange to have such a large creature just walking around a public place. He belongs to a herd. When the herd gets too far away the rangers come and herd them all back to safety. They cannot go out of the park as hunters will hunt them and the farmers don't particularly want them either. So they just wander up and down the ...
... the wet weather gear on and on it stays for the best part of the day. Not much to report as far as the roads go, straight, plenty of RVs, lots of rivers and lakes and not much wildlife. As we arrive at our accommodation the sun came through the clouds and it's a beautifully warm afternoon. We settle in to our log cabin and head across to the main lodge to have a couple of cold ones, sit in the sun and thaw out reading the latest news from ...
... on the Yukon River. River boats like these were in use from the 1890s until 1950 when the hydroelectric dam was built. Now it is a national historic site. Day three we hiked Miles Canyon along the Yukon River to Canyon City. Before the dam was built the Yukon River had wild raging rapids. Whitehorse was so named after the rapids looking like a horses white mane. Stampeders rushing to the gold fields had to stop before the rapids and Canyon City ...