Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Back on the road!

Vancouver to Yukon already!

We have been travelling for over a week, already, since we spent a great three days with friends, Carl and Mary in Vancouver. They ferried us from the airport, to and from 'Man' in storage and helped us prepare for our Alaskan adventure. A wonderful start! Thank you! xx
We have got right back into fantastic scenery and wildlife. The only downside so far is internet access. It is slow, intermittent or none existent. Very frustrating.... so tonight with the intermittent sort in Watson Lake, Yukon, it is a luxury.
Not the best content but posting while the going is good!
Art installation near Stanley Park,Vancouver

Inukshuk. A copy of a stone landmark used by the Inuit. 

A bear crossing!
We have seen over a dozen black bears in the last two days, a bald eagle and a couple of caribou.

A typical campground. this one free at Seton Dam, B.C.
Great driving!
Kitwanga, a first nation village
Totem poles in Gitanyow

Totem Poles of Kitwanga.

Bear Glacier along the Stewart to Hyder road. This view with Sibelius 5th symphony playing. Powerful!. 

Hope we don't need one of these!

Beautiful lakeside campsite with wildflowers. Tyhee Lake Provincial Park

Moricetown Canyon

Glass reflections of Boya Lake. View from our campsite.
Next stop Whitehorse and up the Alaska Highway.

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