At this hole, Out of Bounds equals Lost Ball.
at the Mountain View golf course
you can take a tour
at the train station
a huge mural that depicts the challenges for the stampeders during the Klondike Gold Rush
Whitehorse has one of the world's larges windvanes; a genuine Dakota
here you can check them ou
The migrating salmon use this wooden fish-ladder to work around the dam
on top of the falls, but well protected
the Yukon River
In Dawson City we had planned for a city tour and a round of golf, but unfortunately the rental car broke down.
facilities in town, Hertz kindly allowed us to fly back to civilization (at their expense!).
We rushed to Dawson City
airport but a few hours later found ourselves trapped in Whitehorse as there were no seats available on earlier flights
So in June 2007 we had to kill two days in the legislative capital of Yukon territory.
We explored a quiet
Whitehorse on an early Saterday morning and visited the power dam and the fish ladder.
And of course we used
the opportunity to revisit the Mountain View Golf Club
, where we met an inquisitive and hungry squirrel.
Later that week we took
the planned flight to Vancouver.
Saterday morning in Whitehorse
but you can buy fudge with a moose on guard
an original house along the Yukon River, sort of
a squirrel gets hold of a Burger, and strips it for the bun, leaving RedPants hungry
on our way to Vancouver
the hydro dam that tamed the Whitehorse rapids