The Whiting's Great Alaskan Adventure travel blog

Carving at our campground

Look at the plane in the saloon


Native Ksan homes


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The views

We went to a native area in The Hazletons to see totem poles and learn about the community. After lunch at the Old Historic BC Cafe, we toured the group homes (log cabins for 60 people), learned about the totem poles, and the way of life of the Ksan natives. Later found the Riverside Municipal Campground in Smithers that was tight to get into between the fire pit and bushes but a very roomy grassy spot. Just relaxed the rest of the night, grilled, had smores by our fire and watched Hook when we went in for the night. We were all pretty tired and had to turn the movie off.

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