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Today we went to the Museum that everyone else saw yesterday with out same group of 10. Since we have already been to Tok (which the GPS lady says "Tee-Oh-Kay) and it's just an overnight stay, we decided to take advantage of this museum and we are glad we did. It was an amazing campus high on a hill and it was clear enough to see the Alaska Range with it's snow topped mountains.
The museum had several rooms dedicated to all things ...
... each other trying to get in. Seals were mking them jump like baitfish. Only a few make it. Walked up to the Worthington glagier and finished driving back to the Tok Cutoff. Spent the night at a nice state camp area with a lake. ...
... on pavement again, with occasional patches of gravel. Along the way, the magnificent vistas and valleys were marred by the residual effects of the 2004 fire that had wiped out over 260,000 acres, stretching for nearly 50 miles along both sides of the road.
We arrived at our motel in Tok, tired but thankful that we had survived the Top of the World Highway. Our only regret was that the weather infringed on our views along the way.
... gold worth $1200. Gold is very soft. I got to bend it.
We went inside and I was asked to play a part in a mining trial. I was the accused. I supposedly tried to poison my partners' beans in order to kill them. Then I tried to shoot them. The audience (a bunch of grandparents) found me guilty; my punishment was banning me from the ...
... even though hazy.
The vegetation here grows in permafrost conditions. Permafrost occurs when "the ground remains at or below a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit for a minimum of two years. The soil above permafrost that freezes and thaws is called the active layer. In central Yukon, 50-90% of the ground is underlain by permafrost, which has significant consequences on the local ecology. One ...
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