Monday, May 6, 2019

Day 57 - Whitehorse, YT

Today, we went from Watson Lake to Whitehorse, YT. Only one tank. There was some drizzle and threats of ice on the road on the east side of the Continental Divide. But once we passed through the mountains the temperature rose to 50°F. We stopped at Johnson’s Crossing, where the picture was taken, for lunch and about an hour or so later, we were at the outskirts of Whitehorse. Only about 600 miles to go so we should get home around noon on Wednesday.

We are staying at the still-closed Hi-Country RV Park. The water and power are on and we used the dump station on the way in. So we are staying here at a significant discount. I think there are three RVs here. The last time we were here this place was packed. 

2 comments:

redlegsrides said...

Is the bridge the one that causes motorcycle riders some worry?

RichardM said...

No. The bridge at Teslin causes some riders to turn around and head home. It is a long, steel grate bridge. This one is concrete surfaced.