When the time to depart from Alaska came, we experienced mixed-feelings. There was the need to stick to the schedule and make it home on time (we were a bit sad because we really love this beautiful and bountiful wildlife heaven, but at the same time we were excited to go back on our trail and visit places and see people we love), so, without hesitation we took our wintry clothing and rain gear, and on our way we went. As usual, it was a rainy, foggy and cold day.
On our way to Canada, we took the White Pass and Yukon Route (on the road, not the train), beautiful road trip! We encounter many tourist buses parked on the road while people took pictures of the area. I tried to do the same from my back seat; here are some of those pictures…
|Hundreds of Beautiful Water Falls|
|Canadian Customs Fraser|
In Watson Lake we visited the Northern Lights Centre (just 2 miles from our hotel) and had a great time watching the show. There are few things to do in this small town, and this was one of them, besides visiting the World Famous Sign Post Forest (just across the street from the Northern Lights Centre).
|World Famous Sign Post Forest|