Weeping Trout Sports Resort
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... be a couple weeks, so we haven’t seen any bears.
Kulane Lake was also very beautiful. We were lucky enough to be able to camp right on the lake which made for a wonderful evening. However, which happens a lot up here, the wind came up and it started to rain and rain. On our way to Haines we did see a black bear wandering down the road enjoying the flowers along the way. We drove in rain most of the day on our way to Haines. Once ...
... Stairs or the 45-mile White Pass Trail that began at Skagway.
The Skagway trail became infamously known as the "Dead Horse Trail" because large numbers of the work, pack and riding horses perished along the trail.
"Men shot them, worked them to death and when they were gone, went back to the ...
... home. I have a feeling we may beat them home, but they’ll have that Alaska postmark at least! Oh, we did find a Starbucks, too!
Loaded down after shopping, we decided to go back to the ship again to drop off our bags. It’s so easy to do! I may or may not have stopped by the soft serve ice cream station again (they had chocolate and strawberry swirl today).
Back off the ship we decided to walk around port. It’s a really ...
... ever darker and cloudy, the fog rolling lower and lower. Too soon we are headed back to Skagway. On our way back, the grey clouds have sunk lower in the sky and drift like a spreading mist across the landscape, devouring everything in sight. Here and there the mountain tops peak through the clouds like a ghostly presence. Waterfalls run down the mountains, some as wide as a truck. Cyclists ride down the windy narrow road and once again the railroad hugs the ...
... they do not leave the area. It is an early night tonight because we have an early start tomorrow in Skagway. On Monday 6th of July, we go up early to have breakfast and then head off on the train ride up White Pass. This is 20 mile train ride up to the top of White Pass which is around 2865 feet high. It was built in the late 1890s for the Klondike gold rush. It is a narrow gauge railroad which wemt for 110 miles of track. When we boarded the train we were told ...
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