The Long Way Home,  

9060 Km...

  Inuvik - Chicago - Toronto

 

Inuvik-Toronto via Chicago 9060 Km
Inuvik-Toronto via Chicago 9060 Km

 

 

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                          Snow on the Dempster Hwy

 

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               Short stop to get some coffee in Fort Mc Pherson 

 

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                          On the ferry over the Peel River 

 

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                             More and more snow and wind 

 

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                             Some sections are pure ice

 

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                We are getting even more snow in the Mountains 

 

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                                  We are entering the Yukon

 

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                                     and leaving the NWT 

 

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                                   Driving into the Yukon 

 

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                   Very high wind and bitter cold, no fun to film... 

 

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                At least the sun is shining again, but still very cold... 

 

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                       One night in the Hotel in Dawson City

 

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We had to rent a U-Haul Truck because thats the cheapest way to drive back in a rental car.... 

 

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The Sign Post in Watson Lake/Alaska HWY. We had to fix the Truck at a Service Station because we just had trouble .....  

 

 

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                                     Watch for Buffalo 

 

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                             They have the right of way.... 

 

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                                      Pretty big guy's...  

 

 

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                               Very shy Sandhill Cranes...

 

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                                           Caribous  

 

 

 

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          Stone Sheep, Stone Mountain Provincial Park, British Columbia  

 

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             They are very good camouflaged in the Mountain's

 

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Stone sheep look for salt, left over from winter snow-clearing operations, to lick in the gravel alongside the Alaska Highway in Stone Mountain Provincial Park in British Columb

 

 

 

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We finally can switch from a bad 26 foot to a very nice 14 foot U-Haul. 

 

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The Staff, at the Anthill complex Fort St. John, BC Canada was very nice.Thanks again for all your help Kim & Joy ! 

 

 

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Originally built as a supply route during World War II, the Alaska Highway traverses 1,422 miles from Dawson Creek, British Columbia to Delta Junction, Alaska, where it joins the Richardson Highway going to Fairbanks, 98 miles further north. Once a gravel-covered, pothole-filled route best suited for vehicles with extra gasoline and armor plating, today's two-lane, paved Alaska Highway winds and rolls across some of the continent's most spectacular scenery. 
The first 613 miles of the Alaska Highway pass through Canada, where it is known as British Columbia Highway 97. At mile 1221, it crosses the international border and becomes Alaska Route 2. The Alaska Highway ends at Delta Junction, Alaska, at mile 1442.   

 

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                               Good by to Dan in Chicago 

 

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                        Lot's of traffic on the Hwy in Chicago  

 

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 Finnally after 9065 Km , I am in Toronto.The World Famous CN-Tower... 

 

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