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- Microwave in room
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- Non-smoking rooms
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We were going to stop in Haines Junction tonight and then travel into Haines on July 1st. When we got to Haines Junction we found out we were 150 miles from Haines and it was only 12:30 so we went for it. Since it does not get dark we had plenty of time. I (Neva) called ahead to the Haines Hitch Up RV Park and they could save a ...
... can be rented from the U.S. Forest Service for $35 a night at Denver if you are hiking the area and feel like experiencing some quiet isolation!
The Skagway River
Black Cross Rock marked with the cross because in 1898 a blasting accident buried two railroad workers under a 100 ton granite rock. It was their resting place as the bodies could not be retrieved.
Buchanan Rock commemorating the efforts of Mr Buchanan who brought a tour group of ...
Yesterday, when we arrived in Skagway, we checked out the Alaska Marine Highway to see if there would be a ferry today to Haines, Alaska. There was so we booked passage on her to go to Haines, Alaska next. It hadn't been on Denis' original itinerary (it had been on Cathy's, though). We are certainly all glad we came. Tonight we are settled in a very well-maintained RV Park in Haines, only about a ...
... set of travellers from our first night in Gold Pan, we then saw at Dease Lake two nights later; a couple of German ladies, Elka & Rosa, we first saw at Bear River in Stewart and then at Dease Lake; and then last night in Teslin, both of those sets of travellers spent the night at the Yukon Motel campground where we were. Today we encountered Elka and Rosa in Carcross. Like I said before-- big country, small world.
I leave you now as ...
... jokes and telling us about the history of this area. As this area only sees
tourists in summer means that most people who live here need something to earn
a living for in winter and so this driver is a carver and carves things out of
At first I was rather shocked when I heard this but as he explained this is
a different kind of ivory and not what we normally know of from wonderful
animals such as Elephants or Rhino in Africa but from under the ...