Weeping Trout Sports Resort
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We went for a private car drive up from Skagway into Canada, following the gold miners towards the Yukon. It was freezing and it made you realise how awful it must have been for them. I told the driver I didn't believe their were any bears! And he found us ...
... trails though.
I was able to find a bar to do some blogging (Alaska Summer Ale is an awesome beer) and then I found an internet café. They charged a whopping $2.50 for 30 minutes of internet service. It would have cost me $30.00 on the ship. Screw you Carnival!
We had dinner in the main dining room (Diane had Salmon while Rachel and I had beef stroganoff). I also had my 4th serving of Chocolate Melting Cake. Still not tired of it! Diane and ...
Today was an exciting day all around because I got to meet some people that I never thought I would and we got to see a momma bear named Speedy and her two cubs. What a day!!
We got to go to the fair and we had a great time in Haines today.
Our host and friends Bob and Atela are great and we are ...
... 4 nights – and then to Prince Ruppert, British Columbia. You cannot drive to Juneau or Ketchikan, but each has RV parks for people coming in by ferry. From Prince Ruppert we will start driving the 1,000 miles to Seattle.
We spent two nights on the road – one night in Beaver Creek, Yukon in a park ...
... a picture at the Alaska sign, now firmly back in the United States. A quick picture as we shiver in the wind, then just as quickly back into the warmth of the van's heater. Back in Skagway, we return the rental vans and split up. Steve and Therese go back to the ship. The Devens and David check out the visitor center, while Christine, and Shaylee with Piper in tow do some shopping. The rest of us walk down Broadway, padding along the wooden boardwalk to Skagway Brewing Co. ...
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