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... weren't interested in that. Then back to Frasier BC to board the WP&YR for the ride back down to Skagway. one of the most scenic train rides you can take. Words cannot describe.
The weather was again as perfect as you can get, and the locals were thrilled that we had such a pretty day so late in the ...
First Nation's Fog Woman followed us
into Skagway where she sat on the town all morning. The fog also
obscured much of the sights along the White Pass & Yukon Railroad
rout up to Frazer in Canada.
The WP&Y RR was completed in 1900
in 2 years 2 months and 2 days. It was too late for the gold rush.
The line closed in 1978 only to reopen in 1985 to a ...
... just about over so the shop owners are pushing very hard to get rid of their stock as they get taxed on what's left over. My eyes kind of glazed over at the mention of tax & I went to my happy place!
Sandie extremely happy with the men to women ratio, may lose her to the wilds of Alaska before the end of the week. Bit to far & away for me but will definitely be looking to come back, it's just beautiful everywhere you look.
Big hugs, Sammy xxx
We had been out of commission for several days due to limited WIFI. We will attempt to catch up as we can. We are sitting in Fishtown in Ketchikan, Alaska with $2 WIFI for one hour. We hope the pictures tell part of the story of our Monday travels. Admittedly, some of this is becoming blurry - so many places- so little time!
... and gave her the nick-name to unsettle her which didn't actually work. She drove us to the train station where we boarded the White Pass Railway for a spectacular train journey for 2 hours which was on a vintage rail car on a narrow gauge railway which followed the original route to the Yukon's White Pass. This train was very close to the edge in parts and crossed a couple of trestle bridges and went through a couple ...