Day 38: Saturday, June 22, 2013. Haines, Alaska to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. Pioneer RV Park, Site 55. 244 miles traveled.
Blondie and I took one last walk around Haines before we got ready to leave.
After one last look at our beautiful view and saying goodby to our friends in Haines, we continued on our journey to see the rest of Alaska. There were no eagles to be seen as we passed through the Eagle Preserve beside the Haines Highway.
We went through Canadian Customs and entered British Columbia. When we spotted a black bear in a field of dandelions, Henry pulled over to the side of the road and backed up so I could get a few pictures. That was no easy feat towing our trailer!
From British Columbia we entered the Yukon and spent the night in Whitehorse. There was another Titanium in the park just a few spaces from us. We rarely see other Titaniums and try to meet the owners when we can. The owners of this one were from Ontario on their way to Alaska.
3 thoughts on “Day 38: Back in the Yukon”
Loved the bear pictures. Are you going to drive all the way to Talk from Whitehorse? It can be done, makes for a long day, especially if the roads are rough. That is definitely a road you need to take slow. There are some good places to stay on the other side of the lake, but once you pass those, there is nothing ’til Tok.
Sherry, you will have to wait for my next few posts to see where we went from Whitehorse!
I see you went to Dawson City, so you are going to Chicken, Alaska. We went to Chicken and Dawson City on our first trip, but on the way back.
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