|Haines on a windy day|
|Another view as the fog wisps by with one of the few|
cruise ships in town
|Look carefully, you can see some salmon eggs on her arms|
|The winding trail|
Tomorrow we start the last segment of our Alaska trip, we get on the ferry at 12:30pm, sail an hour over to Skagway, then we plan to drive up to Carcross in the Yukon for the night, then if you reference the map in the previous post, we will then go to Watson Lake, Dease Lake, stop for 2 nights at the intersection of the Cassier Highway and the road that goes to Stewart and Hyder, we hope to see a ton of brown bears there, then down to the Yellowhead Highway and stop right about where the highway does a sharp bend just to the left of the arrow pointing to the Yellowhead Highway in Houston, on to Prince George, then finally through Jasper down the Icefields Parkway into Banff. 1490 miles of hopefully decent 2 lane road, we haven't heard anything bad about the Cassier so we have our fingers crossed! Now all this time we are expecting to be out of cell coverage, with very minimal internet until we get to Banff, and maybe noy until we work our way back into the lower 48 around Glacier National Park. So bear with me if it's a bit until the next post.