Dawson City to Haines Junction - Tuesday August 2 – Friday 5.
Four days of amazing travelling through some of the most stunning scenery. Snow capped mountains further than the eyes could see; Endangered wildlife (Caribou and trumpeter swans); water in every shape, size and form; dirt, gravelled, potholed, frost heaved and bitumen roads and endless picture postcard views.
|40 Mile Caribou|
|View from the "Top of the World" highway.|
|I hope the residents enjoy each others company!|
|We gave a tick (check) to Tok as a place to stop!|
|Hanneke looking for a Tim Hortons.|
|One of the many beautiful lake views.|
|Who couldn't help but admire the view!|
|Kluane Lake - The Yukon's longest lake.|
|More snow capped mountains!|
|Rain!!!! Now we know why North Americans use motorhomes when they go camping.|
|And another reason!|
|And even more snow capped mountains.|
|And the sun finally sets - 11.30 pm.|
And to top it all off we saw our first Moose. A mother and calf at the side of the road. Unfortunately the noise of our hole riddled muffler scared these huge animals so Mum went back for baby and took her a safer route.
|Why did the Moose cross the road?|