Jack and I are at home enjoying normal life again. We had a wonderful trip coming back, saw more wildlife and beautiful landscapes… gained hours but lost sunlight and warmth. And now we’re settled in for the winter.
The thousands of photos I took on our trip down south will enable us to revel in our great times for days to come. We’ll be sharing them with you over the next couple of months.
It was cloudy most of the way through Canada until the last day of our trip when we crossed over into Alaska. Clear and cold!
Jack bought a trailer and plow in Minnesota. The truck took a bit of a beating.
…a wonderful trip, but it’s good to see the Alaska Range again!
One of the best places to stop along The Alaska Highway (aka “The Alcan”) is The Sign Post Forest in Watson Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada. Even back in the 70s it was a sight to behold but now it’s almost too much to take in: thousands upon thousands of license plates, signposts and pieces of metal or wood with the names of hometowns showing how far people have traveled to get there.
There was also some old heavy machinery that was used to build the Alcan.
That’s one big wrench!
And these are some fans we happened upon.
People are still adding to the Sign Post Forest. Hope you can make your way there someday and leave your own signpost. 🙂