On Wednesday we had a nice extended dinner with dogs in Kit Park, which is in Dawson Creek, British Columbia. This is Mile 0 of the AlCan, which we had driven for 3 days. After that, we drove into Alberta and down towards Edmonton. This … Continue readingMore Parks and Scenery
The AlCan, especially the Ft. Nelson Wildlife Preserve & nearby, is rife with wildlife. We saw fox, baby bear (2!), many bison, corralled horses, and some sort of sheep or deer. Bald eagles maybe some hawks, and other creatures great and small (crickets. mosquitoes). I … Continue readingSpectacular wildlife!
We’ve spent a couple of days on the Alaska Canada highway, the AlCan. This is an amazingly windy and steep highway, and the only viable roadway in and out of Alaska. It has an interesting history, rooted in the post-WWII cold war. Lots of RVs, … Continue readingThe AlCan
It’s 2:00am and we’re just settling into bed at Johnson’s Crossing Campground. We left Beaver Creek at noon June 29th and arrived at Johnson’s Crossing at midnight. Kraken is howling and keeping up all of the guests. In the morning we lined out all of the … Continue readingDay 2: Beaver Creek to Johnsons Crossing