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Jun 3, 2015 - More Bears and Sheep in the Yukon

Congdon Creek to Lake Creek - 70 miles This morning we had unhooked the trailer, leaving it at the campground, then back-tracking about 10 miles. We saw a visitor center for Kluane National Park that we wanted to stop at because you could supposedly view Dall Sheep from there on the mountain. And we saw them! There were a few spotting scopes set up so people could see them. The sheep were at a pretty good distance but we could just make out the while spots on the hillside. We went back to the campground and picked up the rig, then drove a...

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May 31, 2015 - Milepost 35.5, Haines Hwy. to Lake Creek Campground, Yukon

Sunday, May 31, 2015 Milepost 35.5 Haines Highway to Lake Creek Campground, Yukon 248.4 miles TRAVEL QUOTE OF THE DAY: "This is the law of the Yukon, and ever she makes it plain: 'Send not your foolish and feeble; send me your strong and your sane.' - Robert Service Okay, so Art has got the strong covered and I've got the sane covered; although, I think some in our immediate family may suggest that we also have foolish covered on lots of occasions and feeble on a few as well..... Alarm off at 6:45am. Art was already up doing captions on...

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Aug 10, 2011 - Back to the Yukon

We spent the entire morning in Tok taking on gas, water, tire air, Canadian cash, and information from the visitors' center. It rained most of the night. : ( The Alcan Highway was great for about 47 miles east of Tok. Then we encountered rough patching and gravel sections. We stopped at the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge for lunch. We watched a film about the refuge. "Established in 1980, the 730,000 acre refuge stretches south from the Alaska highway and west from the Canadian border...The refuge has been recognized internationally as...

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Jun 8, 2010 - Whitehorse to Lake Creek Park

We left Whitehorse this morning knowing we had a long day ahead. We had about 275 miles to travel with the last 66 miles of the day being very difficult. According to all our information, the road between Destruction Bay and Tok is the most difficult to travel because of the gravel breaks and the frost heaves. We were staying on the east-side of town and learned there was a Walmart near the center of town. RV-ers love Walmart because they encourage RV traffic in their parking lots. Many stores do not like big rigs to come into their lots....

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