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Monthly Archives: September 2010
They say that once you’ve lived in the Yukon, you never get the Yukon out of you. I believe that this is true. I lived in the Yukon about 20 years ago, and although I only lived there one season, … Continue reading
We are heading up the Stewart-Cassier Highway (Route 37). We feel a fantastic sense of adventure and freedom. Our future is a pallet of surprises and adventure. By now the villages are too scattered and small to be called towns. … Continue reading
There are an unbelievable number of butterflies at our campsites. Here is a slide show of Michel’s best shots of these gorgeous critters. Take a look!
While we were in Hyder, we decided to check out Fish Creek Wildlife Observation Site. It is located a short way past Hyder, on a dirt road. The US Park Rangers maintain an elevated walkway with protective bear railings above … Continue reading
To get to the Salmon Glacier, you have to pass through Hyder Alaska, then the road slips you back into BC. The Salmon Glacier, and the road to it is the some of most spectacular scenery I have seen anywhere … Continue reading
Hyder and Stewart are essentially the same town split in two by the Canadian/US border. The two towns share a chamber of commerce, and Hyder uses the BC area code of 250 rather than the 950 code that the rest … Continue reading