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Dawson City

Dawson City is a fun area to visit with a great town full of wonderful old buildings with lots of history.  Further south is Bonanza Creek where you can do some panning for gold at the KVA free claim #6 and then visit the nearby Dredge #4 which is fantastic to see. We loved our time here and can’t wait …

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Wisconsin

Campground: Quartzite Campground Location: Devils Lake State Park – Baraboo, Wisconsin Cost: $27 Services: W/E Comments: Very large park close to the water with easy access to the Wisconsin Dells. Link to Quartzite Campground on Map in “Where We’ve Been” In the morning we traveled south to Merrimac, Wisconsin and boarded the ferry to take us across Lake Wisconsin. Quick, …

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We drove up the east side of Kootenay Lake and then boarded the ferry to cross of the lake from Kootenay Bay to Balfour. From there we proceeded on over to Slocan Lake to New Denver. Beautiful drive. Campground: Rosebery Provincial Park Site: 15 Location: New Denver, British Columbia (just north of New Denver just east of Slocan Lake) Cost: …

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Rogers Pass

After we left Rosebery Provencial Park we headed north to Upper Arrow Lake in British Columbia and drove the east side of the lake to Galena and boarded the ferry to Shelter Bay, British Columbia to cross Upper Arrow Lake. From there we proceeded on to Banff National Park and proceed to get in a massive traffic jam. Due to …

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Mustang Island

After we left Goose Island State Park we drove over the Lyndon B. Johnson Causeway (Highway 35) into Rockport and on down to Aransas Pass to the Redfish Bay Causeway and boarded the D.L. Deberry ferry to travel to Port Aransas on the northern part of Mustang Island. The island is about 18 miles long and the state park is …

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MacKenzie Highway bear

Fires, buffalo, and ferries! The north is known for its huge wildfires during their hot dry summers. I mean HUGE, bigger than people in the lower 48 can imagine or comprehend. As we were driving along the MacKenzie Highway we could see and smell smoke from a long distance away. Eventually we encountered a road block and waited 30 minutes …

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