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Bag 5200, Watson Lake, Yukon, Y0A 1C0, Canada | Motel

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Day 12

A travel blog entry by 12gkids


Left Liard Hot Springs today, traveling to Watson Lake. More rain, Good road, lots of buffalo today along road and in the middle of the road. Another moose, crossing road. Saw our first Grizzly today!! Stopped at Allen's Lookout, sweeping view of the Liard River, also a monument dedicated to the surveyors ...

Day 13: Fort Nelson, BC to Watson Lake, YT

A travel blog entry by drat9191


... I passed a solo bicyclist equipped with his bags slung over the frame, and a large jug of water on the back of the bike. Once again, what a challenge - and unlike the pair of cyclists I saw yesterday, this fellow was solo. I stopped at the BC/YT border for my customary pics not only at the Yukon entry point, but also across and down the road in front of the BC entry sign going the other way (which I had missed upon entering BC 2 days earlier). ...

Travel to Liard Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by ryansarah


... we saw a black bear but we passed him then turned around to watch him for a good 5 minutes eating away at the berries and leaves along the road side. After our breakfast we saw another black bear cross the road. We stopped briefly in Fort Liard, to get petrol and have a quick look at the visitor information center where Sarah needed her last stamp for the NWT. This is the last town in the Northwest Territories before crossing back into BC. We were on the road again ...

In Search of "The Bears"

A travel blog entry by candyjake13


... for the showers will help conserve the water. But you can take a shower in your own rig, not saving any water then. At this park, it was no trash cans..."pack it in, pack it out". This was to prevent the bears from coming into the park. No..they didn't want to pay for the trash pick up. Also, WiFi service is pretty spotty. It you don't have a rig in front, or the wind blows the wrong way...it's gone. If you stay up until ...

Doing the Yukon or..All that glisters is not GOLD

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet


... The only question from the immigration people is "Why the hell did you want to cross the border here?", so there was no search nor any formality at all as the guards sought to get back to their Readers Digest Almanacks asap. We tried to seek information from the American guy about whether we could get back into the States after our visa waiver had expired, and he gave a blank look and told us if it helped he would have let us back into the States provided our ...

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