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Seems that the fish have gotten smarter this year...as we very often get them to the boat and they jump off. We have had more than one trip where everyone got skunked....not even a bite. There is this pollen floating in the water and it seems to be affecting the fish's appetite. Ron and another guy both caught Jackfish at the same time, on the same side of the boat...that caused some ...
It's Father's Day...we are usually just heading for home on Father's Day...so we are a week later this year.
Almost as soon as we got here, we feasted on the walleye that had been caught before we arrived. And then we went fishing....In spite of our host supposedly knowing all the secret spots, we got skunked...apparently the fish didn't get the secret spot ...
... Dunvegan. This was one of those times where a change in plans brought an even greater reward -- the rain had stopped and the campground and history surrounding it was wonderful. Self registration, great free firewood and an historic site to provide the backdrop to our evening walk, Historic Dunvegan Provincial Park was all that. We had a campfire after our walk and zoned out on the flickering flames (well, I did anyway) and chatted about this and ...
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 ...