The place we had breakfast was really lame, the people were rude, wanting to charge extra for phone charging and anything else. You think they would be happy we had 8 people all buying huge breakfasts. Then we stopped at Jade City where they were really nice, free wifi, charging, even free coffee. I think they can afford it because the supply 90percent of the worlds Jade, including Jade to China. China has already dug theirs up.
Sled dog team
Lots of stops today. I saw Ky's tent fly off, Harvey's pipes are falling off, and at one point I heard my music stop, looked down and my headphone cord was just dangling there. Crap, my iPhone dropped. Pulled a u turn and saw it laying there. Also saw an Rv coming, picked it up, u turned again, and amazing the Otterbox I bought paid for itself. No damage, and I was probably going 75mph
Forest fire road
Lots of stark but amazing scenery the whole ride. The Cassier was an awesome road, so glad we took it. I was smiling like an idiot in my helmet for lots of it.
Sign forest in Watson Lake- 10mile detour
Putting on rain gear.
Rain and miles of gravel.
A first taste of Alaska looking mountains
Somewhere in the town below, Harvey knocked over Ky's bike at a gas pump and his front brake broke. Now he's riding without one.
This is well past midnight in Whitehorse, trying to find a hotel. For some reason we rode to the middle of town and paid way too much for a room.