Official Start of the Alaskan Highway. This is about halfway through Canada.
Cathy's takling bear.
This is the size of a beaver 8 to 10,000 years ago.
Every time we saw theses mountain sheep they were licking the road. Cathy suggested they might be after the road salt,which is put down in the winter.
Kept talking and moving closer ,like it wanted to make friends. Cathy decided she really didn't want to form a relationship
Saw enough of theses signs. If we had a follow me car they always put the motorcycles up front to help prevent inhaling too much dust.
These Buffalo were all over the road near the hot springs. On our way south , with the heavy tourist traffic going north there was no sign of them.
This Bald Eagle Nest was in downtown Whitehorse
This stream was almost dry on the way up. On the way home the snow melt had turned it into a fast running river
This is a young moose. Probably just abandoned by his mother after she had the next newborn. Still big as a small horse. Has a lot of growing to do.
Entering Whitehorse Yukon
Trying our hand at spear chucking the way the hunters did during the ice age.
Naptime, three mothers and five calves
We visited an interactive Ice Age
If our eating depended on our natural abilities then we both would go to bed hungry most nights.