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Just a quick post to upload one more pic - we've actually gotten to see the Aurora Borealis three nights in a row now, and last night we saw some amazing things we hadn't before, including very tall lines reaching up from the curtains and fast changes to the shape and size.
More later, we've gotta get going! We'll get back into Canada in just 90 miles.
... was once on his wheeler hoisted over his shoulder. He threw the canvas box onto the tundra and collapsed, out of breath. "What happened?!" I exclaimed. Barely able to talk, he pointed down the hill and said, "Battery died. It's at the bottom of the hill." We couldn't believe he made that journey up that huge hill, all while carrying the pack. That's a Marine for ya. After he was rested, we still had no game plan but we had to at least go get the green tub of supplies from ...
... was too much for it. We followed the trail along the Flats to where it was supposed to veer, however, there was now a huge river and deep ravine. We would have to find another way. We followed the river looking for a decent place to cross, which we found eventually. I stress the word decent here, because there was still no crossing this as the river and ravine ran the entire length of the flats. So we picked the narrowest spot. It was about 3 feet wide and chest deep, although the ...
... With a fill up of gas, the Tok RV Village allowed us all to wash our RV’s and tows. The entire caravan’s 23 participants couldn’t wait to get in line and wash off the tons of sand, clay and dirt we accumulated. It was remarkable how fast most of the dirt and dust goes away with lots of helping hands.
For dinner we had what’s called a ...
... they had lived in Boone, NC for 20 years before moving to Haines. Small world. We took Doc into Haines to check it out and see where we might make camp there the next night. We immediately fell in love with Haines. The little town is so quaint and not touristy at all, unlike its close neighbor, Skagway. Skagway is a regular stop for all the cruise ships and it's only an hour's ferry ride from Haines, but the cruise ships don't come to Haines- well, one ...
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Mile 1312.7 Alaska Highway, Tok | Motelfrom $65