for the day, WalMart.We made our way to
WalMart to stock up on supplies that had diminished during our days in Alaska since Anchorage.Then it was off to the grocery store to
replenish the larder.Even though the
smaller towns in Alaska
have food stores, they do not have the variety that the larger urban stores
taking all the supplies back to the trailer and getting some lunch, we went
exploring the Whitehorse
area.First stop was MilesCanyon
on the Yukon River.Before the dam and hydroelectric plant was
built this area of the river had very strong rapids and was one of the hardest
places for the prospectors of 1898 to navigate on their way to DawsonCity.We crossed over the Yukon on the suspension bridge and walked
along the trail for a bit.
we visited the OldLogChurchMuseum.The leaders from this church were active
missionaries to the prospectors and natives in the area.
dam was built it blocked the river for the salmon that needed to return to the
area to spawn.Thus the longest wooden
fish ladder was built to accommodate the fish on their return from the
was back to the trailer for dinner and some picture printing.
will again find us exploring the area.
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