Last night we boondocked in the Yukon, Canada at a beautiful pull off along the Alaska Highway. We were joined by another RV and we all spent a quiet, undisturbed night in this location.
Paid $4.10/gal. regular gas at a Tesoro Gas station in Tok, Alaska. Used their dump and got fresh water. Bought propane for $ 3.60/gal. and washed the motor home with their free RV self serve wash site.
A car pulling a trailer and coming down the road like he was driving the “get away car” in the opposite direction, kicked up a rock on a regular road and it hit our windshield. The crack is only about six inches long starting at the top of the windshield near the rear view mirror. It is our first ding since coming to Alaska. You would think it would occur on one of the dicier roads we have been instead of a regular highway, go figure.
We’re working our way down to Skagway, Alaska. Have heard it is an interesting place to see and we’re all about going to interesting places.
Tok Cutoff Road and the Alaska Highway–
We have been having mostly travel days these past couple of days as we make our way to Skagway, Alaska. The trip up to Tok, Alaska from Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and then the Alaska Highway in the Yukon enroute to our final destination of Skagway, Alaska was just one beautiful view after another. At one point, we just started laughing as we couldn’t think of anything more articulate to say than “Wow”.