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... tenter, that's prime real estate. Funny! Let me just say that there were several options for camping in the Whitehorse area - Government campgrounds like Marsh Lake, and Wolf Creek - we did look at them on our way in and probably would have gone back to Wolf Creek - it looked very nice- but this opportunity arose and it seemed like a chance to be part of a phenomenon...plus it was free. ;-} After setting up camp there, we walked around a bit to orient ...
... has grown and I am particularly happy with the new Hedenaour (sp) tires.
We find our B&B to be the perfect end to our day. Kathy found this little gem for us.
Just coming into Alaska has me feeling a high, slightly giddy deep in my guts. It's like coming home after a long trip. Comfortable surroundings. ...
... the good old U.S.A., the roads were like silk. There have been extensive repairs made, and you can see them, but the transitions are smooth. I will give Alaska Public Works, three moose and a grizzly for the stretch of road between the border and Tok. We spent one night right in Tok, behind the Chevron Station, where I got gas ...
We had a great night stay at the "Midnight Sun B&B" in Whitehorse, and then a wonderful time visiting over breakfast with the other people who were staying there. What a diverse group of people! The couple who owned it were originally from Iran. There was a young couple from Toronto (although he moved here from India just 10 years ago); a couple from Australia; and a woman from Germany. We all stayed and visited ...
... pretty uneventful, but we saw a lot of military convoys and wildfires.
Our first stop was at the town of Northpole, where we gave all our wishes to Santa. Busy season this year! A big Santa Claus house can be seen from the highway.
Next was Rika's roadhouse a little museum which illustrated the life style 100 ...
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