Tagish Wilderness Lodge
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... a beautiful children's playground as well. Inside is the Salmon Bake where we had char grilled salmon, prime steak & fish & salads. Yummy salmon!!! We were going to go to a show that Jess had been to before but it was booked out. After dinner we found a shopping centre for some bits n pieces & saw a drive through pharmacy! Had to take a ...
... to my longtime friend back in Iowa. My first cell phone contact in over a week. He had just returned from a trip and was catching up on my blog. We talked too long considering Sue was outside washing. When she started washing the Coach, I felt guilty enough to say good bye and went out and helped her. We did the whole coach including the roof. It needed it. Our neighbor, Dawn who we were camped next ...
... to enjoy the efforts of more than three hundred volunteers. Support from over one hundred local businesses and community organizations make all this possible.
Thanks to the Google Maps app on my Samsung Galaxy S5 phone, finding the park for the Ice Carving championship was easy. Snow glistened like diamonds in the bright sun. With temperatures in the low 40’s F, it was chilly, ...
My first day in stefans tagish cabin lodge. So nice here, nice house, nice cabins and in the middle of the forest. My first day of work in a while. Just prepared the cabins for the guests which will arrive tomorrow. Tonight i will meet my friend philipp (from the road trip up to here) which lives in my neighbourhood now:) and the ppl from whitehorse, back in ...
... on that road tomorrow when the full on shooting starts.
Just over the border is the town of Boundary. It has an airstrip and some run down old cottages and a couple of petrol pumps that have seen better days. There was no-one about but I am sure there are at least a couple of hunters living there. Maybe the staff on the border post fly in and out of there as it is a long way otherwise.
The next stop was Chicken. It surprised me as I thought it was going ...