Alaska 2007 travel blog

Frantic Follies

Frantic Follies

Frantic Follies

Frantic Follies

Frantic Follies

Frantic Follies

Frantic Follies

Frantic Follies


We left Mukluk Annie's Campground at 7:30 a.m. (41 degrees and Sunny) headed for Whitehorse. It was only a two hour drive with no wildlife sightings, but we still had beautiful views along the way.

Our first priority was to have the oven pilot light line repaired. We found Fireweed RV Services to be extremely friendly and helpful. They worked us right away into their busy schedule. We were out of there in about an hour. What great service. They even had WiFi in the waiting area.

We stopped at the Hi Country RV Park in Whitehorse to camp for the next two nights. It is the only campground that we have stayed at where they put fresh flowers in the restrooms! We are living high now!

We enjoyed having some time to rest, catch up on e-mails and get organized. In the evening we attended the "Frantic Follies" which is a musical that recaptures the spirit and enthusiasm of the Klondike Gold Rush. The story is told through lyrical renditions of Robert Service poetry, songs and can-can dancers. It was an enjoyable production. We sat by a couple from the Vancouver area and found out they were staying in the same campground. Meeting so many friendly people has been one of the highlights of our trip.

Did I forget to mention how much we appreciate e-mail from you folks?

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