June 24 and 25, 2022
Watson Lake is famous for its Sign Post Forest. We participated with an Old Maine Flag. If you are overwhelmed by the photos, it’s nothing like standing in the middle of it all. Dee and Cheryl have participated on past trips, but were not able to locate any of their prior contributions.
My early impressions of Yukon are very good. There are many more KM posts (every 2 KM) and other road signs. All of the Information Center people are friendly and very helpful. They provided the nails to hang up the flag. Dee hammered with his hatchet.
We stopped for lunch at Morley Lake in Northern British Columbia, then turned north to Yukon again.
We had a delicious dinner at Klondike Rib & Salmon on Friday night. Saturday Doug and Dee played golf and we toured Whitehorse.
There is a large hydropower dam at Whitehorse. The Fishway was not open because the salmon hadn’t made it that far up the Yukon River yet.