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Juneau to Slave Lake
Ferry from Juneau to Haines.
The drive from Haines across the border and Chilkat Pass to
the Yukon Territory was snowy and familiar.
Whitehorse is quiet this time of year. Few adventurers are
left and the RV crowd has climbed into the Condor planes to Germany or gone
south to their snowbird roosts. Until next summer, this will be a playground
for the locals and mushers from all over. As my friend Meg ...
... br> From here we went to Slave Lake, where Norm visited the hospital and Sharon got caught up on emails and blogging. We also stopped in at the Visitor Centre and bought some local creamed honey and a ‘Kookums Walking Stick.’ The story behind the stick was such that the Native lady who made it, Linda McCauley, was recalling her childhood when she and her granny (kookum) use to go walking. She said that her kookum would find each of them a stick to walk with and then ...
... known as Hippie-Fest here in town. It's held about an hour west of here, just south of a place called Driftpile. We just went for the Saturday, as we didn't really feel like spending the whole weekend at Hippie-Fest. We saw some pretty great acts though and had a thoroughly enjoyable day there! Some of the acts we saw included; an Aussie fellow named Tom Ric******* who did some great work with a loop pedal (and we've seen some pretty awful acts with a loop pedal in ...
Just north-east of Edmonton lies a little town called Lamont whose first settlers came from Ontario back in 1892. However in 1905, the Canadian National Northern Railway surveyed this little town and more businesses sprung up so it ended up becoming the most densely settled area by the early pioneers. It is said that east central Alberta was once home to the largest settlement of Ukrainian pioneers across Canada. With Sharon’s family coming to Alberta from ...
Waking from our slumbering sleep at 6:00am again! There was no snow so that made packing up easier, packing up quickly and easily we soon had breakfast of yummy toast and porrige. Crisp was the air as we walked slowly towards the Emerald lake as there was so much to look at, Anthony told us to hurry otherwise we would miss a spectaluar view of the sun rising on ...