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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 …
... and eye photographed and issued with our 30 day visa. He was quite good about it and dropped us off at a restaurant that we were planning to go to for lunch. The downside was that we had 2 hours in Skagway and we were involved with the official for a bit over an hour and we still had to get some food. We ended up with about 25 minutes to walk around. It is okay as we are going back. The bus driver was amazed that we weren’t really angry about it. We might have been if we ...
... to stay in Fort Nelson.Just had lunch there instead..I had made bookings for all the 2 or more nights, but the single nights we would free camp or find somewhere and we ended up with the last 3 nights free camping but we only did 2.
Anyways we now have a day up our sleeve, so it should work out.
We left Liard River this morning at 0800, we filled up with gas @ $1.69 ltr, said goodbye to "Fred" the massive Bison roaming at the front of ...
... and I had a semi double long behind me. No place to go. I started to tap my breaks to slow and warn the truck behind me.The goats apparent know what a truck air horn means, because they went up the side of the mountain quick when he blasted the horn. A couple of hundred yard later, the scene is repeated, only this time with a young moose, he knew to move quick too. I would like to put some of my pictures on here, but it only sees the pictures ...
... with working internet! And this place is a town with stores even a Starbucks as an indicator as to how big. Our first night we were entertained by the Frantic Follies. A very talented troupe of 6 can-caned, tapped danced, hilarious skits, poetry, and ragtime piano, banjos, and violins. Well done, unexpectedly so!! This was entertainment for the prospectors in 1890 during the gold rush here. Today we visited the longest wooden fish ladder in the ...