so we camped out in front of the amazing North End Gallery to be able to
get 10 minutes inside before reporting to the bus! Found some beautiful work
by local artisans that will grace our Alaska wall when we get back home.
But first along the way... Emerald Lake
We found out about fat tire bikes from our canyon hike guide.
The tires are 6" wide & can handle snow & ice, mud & gravel.
A pretty expensive specialty bike at a hefty $2,000 but a great way to
expand your options to enjoy the off-road terrain, especially in the colder months.
This was an unplanned photo stop so I don't even know where we were.
Both our driver & guide had never seen it look like this!
Perfect weather & the smooth-as-glass surface made it picture perfect.
I think it looks like a jigsaw puzzle image, lol - another special blessing.
Yukon Suspension Bridge
Another trapper's cabin...
Our trip continues with a ride from Fraser down to Skagway on the White Pass Railroad
Greg took to the trains like I took to the boats.
Chilkoot Pass - just crossed the British Columbia/US border!
Don't look down...
That straight line on the opposite hillsides is the train track.
What a great job...
Wish I had remembered to take these footsie pics more often on this trip.
That shadow is the trestle in the next pic.
Definitely outlived its usefulness.
Here is where we join the cruise ship tomorrow.
After we paddle out to a glacier!