Main Street Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Tok
... wooden sidewalks. We loved walking all through Dawson City. Also in Dawson City we visited Robert Service's cabin and Jack London's cabin. A thrill for me.
After two nights in Chicken we drove on to one of our favorite spots mentioned in an earlier post. On our way into Alaska we camped on Yarger Lake in the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge and loved it so much we vowed to return if we had time. So this time we spent over a week in this lovely ...
Friday, August 1st – TOK, AK – Day 25 of the Caravan
Today we finished our Top of the World Highway trip and Taylor Highway. Both were the dirtiest,
bumpiest and challenging roads we've ever traveled. Of the 78 miles we drove today, only the last
12 miles back on the Alaska Highway, Route 2 into Tok, AK were paved and ...
... rocky tops. The Chilkat River with its rocky shallows and sand bars offered us the chance to see swans, bald eagles (the Bald Eagle Preserve runs along Haines Highway), and a pair of grizzlies crossing the road and splashing into the river, looking at us curiously. Just wild. Absolutely wild country. A privilege to be a witness to it. We made camp 10 miles outside of Haines on a roadside pullout by the river. We met a father-son duo taking out a raft there ...
... the railroad cut and out to the lake where Chitina comes into the Copper River running south to Cordova. The fishing season had just started and folks were dip netting and using fish wheels (subsistence only) all over the place. This is the largest dip netting place in Alaska and there was lots of activity. We drove only as far as the bridge over the Chitina and turned around. We finally made it ...
... stated as a nice road prepared for final surfacing quickly turned into something reassembling a quarry site as the road consisted on tennis ball size rocks, with sharp edges caused by the blasting to remove the rock from the local hill. There were no roadcrews working as they only work in the road at night when the boarder crossing was closed. Although going slow I don't know how my bike with road tyres escaped without damage...others weren't so lucky... As I rounded a bend I ...