Day 6. Dawson City, YT – Big Creek Government Campground, YT, 907 km. We left Dawson early morning and headed back. This day we were backtracking the way we arrived – Klondike Highway to Whitehorse, then follow Alaska Highway. But instead of going back to Vancouver the same way, we decided to make a detour via Alberta! We made it almost to the junction with Stewart-Cassiar Highway, the place where we joined the Alaska highway just a few days ago….
After a failure with Dempster Highway we headed for Dawson City, feeling sad and disappointed.
Day 3. Mezadin Lake Provincial Park – Tagish, Yukon. 924 km The night was cold in the really windy. But I have used a little trick that I’ve learned from more experienced travelers. If you put a car between the wind and your tent, it will create a wind shadow for your tent, and the wind will not bother you as much. And it really saved my night. I slept like a baby!
This was supposed to be a very special trip for me. First, I have been dreaming about traveling North for many years. Second, I took my vacation during my dad’s visit. I have not seen him since I moved to Canada two years ago. Is there a better way to spend time with your dad, who is just as passionate about traveling by car as me, than taking a two-week trip together to some of the world’s most amazing places?
I finally had my long-awaited vacation. It is no surprise I decided to spend it exploring Canada in my favorite way – from the road.
Have you ever seen a car doing 420 km/h (263 mph)? I just had this chance. I could never imagine that something could move that fast! And that loud!
Hello, friends. I have been writing this blog for almost two years now. It has been very exciting for me to write, and I hope it is just as interesting to read. Now I feel that it is time to make a next step, develop my blog. So I decided so make some changes, that I feel are long due. First, I am no longer satisfied with running free blog on wordpress.com, so I decided to go on my own….
What could be worse place to look for a provincial park then near a sewage treatment plant? But in Vancouver it is possible!
Vancouver has unique mix of cultures from around the world. You can easily experience Europe, Asia, America, anything. Today I wanted to immerse into something new. I have never been to Japan, but Vancouver allows to experience a tiny bit of it, but what a bit it is!
Yes, cars again in my blog. Well, actually trucks. This rainy Saturday I decided to visit British Columbia Vintage Truck Museum, located in Surrey, BC.