Yukon Bear Crazy

A bear a day… is about what you can expect to see along the roadside up here. These guys are a lot cuter and less ferocious than you might expect. Since we’re viewing them from inside our bear-proof bus, we not too worried. They seem more interested in eating flowers than us.

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In desperate need of laundry and wifi, we headed to a recommended RV park on Kluane Lake. Before we even pulled into our spot, we saw a somewhat recognizable face and met Dave. We finally caught up with Advo-dna, a family of 4 (plus dog Gorilla) traveling north in a sweet Airstream trailer. We’ve been connected on the interwebs for a while and it was great to finally meet Dave, Ann, Wynn and Mae. With the sun out so late and a confusing Canadian time zone, we stayed up pretty late chatting. We never got around to the laundry or wifi.

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The next day was another drive day on Yukon gravel. I’m guessing there are only two season’s here: Winter and Construction. The frost-heaves in the road made it a pretty rough ride when we were on pavement. The gravel was usually a bit smoother, but with frequent stops for construction crews and pilot cars. And more bears.

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“Keep it between the ditches!” – driving advice from a Yukon local

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