|It was hard to leave Liard River Provincial Park Hot Springsotsprings! Boy was that fun, HOT but fun! Everyone had a great time in the water!! June 6, 2010 was a short day,,,,, we only traveled 130 or so miles to Watson Lake, Yukon! FamouSignPost SignPost Forest! The Signpost Forest was started by Carl K. Lindley of DILville, Il., a U.S. Army soldier in Com. D 341st Engineers, working on the construction of the Alaska Highway in 1942. He was homesick for his girlfriend and his home town. So he put up a sign with DILville, Il and the mileage to his home on a post in town! From there it has taken off. People come from all over the world to put a sign in the forest. To date there are over 67,000 signs. We added ours, check out the pictures!! Travel may have been short, but it was full of great views and wild animals!! We saw Moose, Bears, and even Wood Bison! All of them right along side the road. There are signs asking you to slow down and watch for them,,,,,, and I think people do,,,, we've only seen one moose carcase on the road. Tomorrow we have a long day ahead of us! 280 or so miles. We're heWhitehorseWhithorse, Yukon. We should finally be in Alaska in 2 orYahoo! Yahoooo!! Till next time!