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Old 07-27-2011, 11:33 PM   #481
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Day 27.

Hi, this morning we left Tok, Alaska. Bzzzzz, Bzzzz, Bzzzzz. OK, I'm back; The only place the WIFI works is outside by the closed office and I had to re-install my Mosquitoe cream. First stop was to buy a new trailer tire. Only two places in Tok sell tires. The tire dealer didn't have one so they told me to try the Chevron station. Chevron had one [only one] and it was a year 2011 DOT date code. You all have heard of a two for one price sale, well I got a one for the price of two tires price. [almost] It was $195.00 for the tire and $10.00 to mount, balance, and hand torque the wheel on my trailer. Since I didn't want anyone jacking my trailer, I brought out my brand new Trailer ******* Plus to use for the first time. [forgot the name of this yellow tool] The Yukon road is brutal; My kitchen sink pipes came loose and dish water was all inside of the cabinet. Two of the shelves are now warped, but still work and are out of sight, so I can llive with that. The shower handle came loose again, so I tightened it up too. As for the cabinet door hinges, that kept coming loose, I fixed them with blue Lock tight.

(1.) This shows my tire starting to separate. Note: the wide gap on the second groove from the left side of the picture. I'm glad I caught it before it came apart.

(2.) Brand new tire, ready for action. About four years ago my two left Canadian tires developed sidewall bubbles and were replaced with Chinese Marathons. Until today, my right side tires and spare were the original Canadian tires. DOT code of the year 2004, when my trailer was built. Now I have three Chinese tires on the ground. I didn't want to destroy brand new tires on this trip, so new tires will come as needed.

(3.) Infamous cabinet hinge.

(4.) Cure for infamous cabinet door hinge.
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Old 07-27-2011, 11:59 PM   #482
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Haines, Canada.

Hi, we are now at another scenic campground in Haines, Canada. This is just another over night stop off. The Yukon roads are brutal, [yes, I know I already said that] so traveling takes much longer per mile. This way my gas goes farther per hour. [Does that make sense?] Or takes longer to burn? Today was laundry day again, for things that didn't get done yesterday; Yesterday was Dusty's laundry dilemma. [not his fault] Well, I have two more pictures for you.
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Old 07-28-2011, 12:42 AM   #483
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Correction.

Hi, I was corrected by DW. We are at Haines Junction, Canada and headed to Haines, Alaska tomorrow. Also the words describing the two pictures in post #482 have become missing in action, so here they are:

(1.) We passed through a small town that was soooo poor that their one and only Cop Car was made out of 3/4" plywood.


(2.) Tonight's scenic campground.

In post #481 the fantastic tool that I used for getting my tire changed is called a "Trailer Aide Plus" [I getting at that forgetful age]
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Old 07-28-2011, 12:50 AM   #484
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I've missed you. Exit Glacier looks narrower than it did in 2002. Hope you got that tire.

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Hi, Gene; All of the Glaciers and Icebergs are melting away and may not be around for future generations to see. As noted earlier, I did get a new tire; I sure didn't want to deal with it, on the side of the road, in Yukon.
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Old 07-28-2011, 12:56 AM   #485
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How are you guys holding up? This is a long trip.. what a great experience and it seems like the Lincoln is handling it well. Great piccys.

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Hi, Vinnie. Our Lincoln is doing a great job on this trip; Only our Safari needs a few minor adjustments, now and then. This is a great experience that we shall never forget.
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Old 07-28-2011, 01:00 AM   #486
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Bob, is that you or Lee dressed as Nanook?

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Hi, Gene. How did you know that was me dressed like that.

Actually she was an Eskimo, Native tour guide. [cute girl]
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Where's Wally-World when you really need 'em?....at least they would have had a date correct GYM.

Keep the outlook bright...

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Lucky for your airstream that its owned by Bob..

Bob will spend the next several months tightening and refitting things that have wiggled loose. Cleaning and polishing will take top priority too. This is what we buy them for and Im glad you are using it. Thanks for taking us along!

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Bon, there's a good Mexican restaurant in Haines (can't remember the name, of course). Most "Mexican" food in the North Country can best be said to be "Mexican influenced", but this one is for real.

In town is a good local museum, and across the street, the Hammer Museum. Go out of town along the Lynn Canal and you will come to a bridge where people watch bears catching salmon, but I think it is too early for that. There is also a market a couple of blocks from "downtown" (downtown is actually up) with a lot of healthy foods available.

Around the parade ground of the former fort there is a building where they make totem poles and an artist studio that sells native artworks. The hotel (something like Hasselblad, but that's a camera) that is supposed to have good food. We stayed at their funky campground behind the hotel. The hotel has wifi. Haines is an interesting small town with spectacular views.

The Alaska Hwy from north of Haines Jct. to the border is difficult with many frost heaves and pavement breaks. It is memorable, as you know. We've had the drains come apart under the sink too, though not there. Sorry to hear you had the particle board warp. Latches fail, screws back out and I'm always fixing them. Locktite is a good thing.

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Day 28.

Hi, today we drove from Haines Junction, Canada to Haines, Alaska. It was only about a 120 mile drive and most of the road was great. First thing after leaving our last camp ground was to tank up the Lincoln. Again we had to cross borders and hope that they wouldn't frisk Dusty. We made into Alaska again. The first camp ground that we picked said that we could only stay for one day because they were booked up and the State Fair was this week end. So we found another camp ground and they had room for us to stay two nights. Then we decided that we were going to stay one night longer, so three nights please. But we want to take another tour and it was almost sold out. And to take this tour, we would have to stay four nights. Can we change it to four nights? Please. Yes, Thank You Thank you. We went to the market for a few things and came home with a dozen. We went to the Hammer Museum, drove around town, went to see the Bears and Eagles too. Lee spotted an Eagle, but the Bears were shy tonight. Maybe we will see the Bears tomorrow while they are in the river catching Salmon. On the way back to our silver home we stopped at another market for a few more things.

Here are four pictures from the Hammer Museum.
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Day 29.

Hi, as mentioned earlier, we are going to be here in Haines, Alaska for four nights, so we can take a boat trip. Today was quite busy. We went to the local Fire station / Police station. Went looking for Bears, Eagles, and anything else we could find to see or do. We saw seven Bears and three Eagles today. Lee wanted Mexican food today, so we shared a Super Nacho. We plan on going to the State Fair tomorrow. It's within walking distance from our camp site and the following morning we are going on the boat cruise. The Lincoln is doing fine, but the Safari is trying my nerves. This morning the bathroom fan wouldn't come on and I didn't want to work on things today. I tried the fan several times, but it refused to work. Well, I can live without it for a while. Later this evening, when we came home for dinner, I flipped the fan switch and it came right on. [Fixed?] The Lincoln is running low on fuel again, so I will be waiting for all of your donations to reach me.

(1.) This is the local Fire/Police station.

(2.) Two of three bears, [momma and two cubs] that we saw fairly close.

(3.) An old ship wreck that was between the ocean and street; I think it has been there for quite a while. Alaskans seem to just leave things where they crashed or died.

(4.) This is the Cannery where you can actually watch them at work. There was also an Airstream just sitting there. It was in pretty good shape, but not being used. May be it's final resting point.

Two years ago when we went to Jackson Rancheria, there was a Chocolate factory and I wanted to take the tour. You could walk along the windows and see inside where the Chocolate candy was being made. Well the workers had gone home so we couldn't see the process. At the Cannery, we got there just in time to see them cleaning their equipment before they went home. Darn it, we were late again.
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Old 07-29-2011, 10:29 PM   #492
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More pictures.

Hi, I have a picture of the Mexican Restaurant where we had lunch and a Forrest that we were going to hike in, but found out it was a ten hour hike. Talking about tires; I saw a very old, cracked up, Goodyear Wrangler today. And it was still on the road. Would you like to ride in the tour bus this tire was on? [left front]

(1.) Mexican Cantina, restaurant.

(2.) Dense forrest.

(3.) Check the cracks in this tire's sidewall.

(4.) This is the tour bus that that cracked tire was on.
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Day 30.

Hi, today I went to get my Lincoln's oil changed. The service department looked like it wasn't open yet, and when I asked about it, the man behind the counter barked out, "It's Saturday, the service department isn't open." So I drove around town, took some pictures and came back home. This evening, I took my hitch head apart, cleaned it, and re-greased it. I also bought another tank of gas for a measly $125.00 for about 22 gallons of premium. "Ouch" We went to the State Fair and went looking for wild life again. We got too close to the bears today, Lee said. Instead of following the path along the water, they came out onto the street where we were all out in the open and no-where to go. A few scared people asked strangers to let them into their cars, as we were parked on the other side of the bears. No-one wanted to walk past the bears while they were coming our way down the narrow street.

(1.) I took this picture of the Eagle.

(2.) Lee Lee took this picture of the Eagle.

(3.) Whooooooo, went to the State Fair and saw this huge Owl?

(4.) Craftman, making traditional Totum Pole, at the Fair.
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Did I mention Bears?

Hi, yes I did, and have a few new pictures for you. Momma Bear and her two Cubs.
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I am enjoying your vacation so much. Thanks for posting all your photos, also.
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My nieces, who live in Anchorage, have been begging us to visit them. We want to take an Alaskan cruise but your, Bob and Lee, travels tempt me to travel by land. However...NEVER with our convertible! We have been there in the past, unfortunately for my brother's funeral. It was during Winter. Absolutely SPECTACULAR! It took some of the saddess from that visit.
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Bob, when I needed an oil change in '06, I got nowhere for many miles—it was a weekend, we're booked up for a week, and other excuses. Few mechanics, laid back places, little competition. Last year I brought my own oil filter in case no one had the right one, but I should have brought oil too because it's very expensive up there. You may have to go to Whitehorse to find what you want. Every oil change I've had in the North Country has put me into shock when I got the bill.

Nice photos of the grizzlies. We must have missed the bears by a week or so last year.

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Day 31.

Hi, today we took a boat tour to Juneau, Alaska. And a bus tour while there. It was a fun day, but rainy and foggy again. So some pictures aren't what we would like, but that's the chance you take here. The weather seems to change daily. We, for the first time, hired a dog sitter; This gave us some peace of mind while we were out all day long. In Juneau, we had lunch, went to a Museum and hiked to another Glacier. Mendenhall Glacier is the name, I think! Juneau has millions of cars. Well maybe not millions, but more than I could ever count. And since you cannot drive to or from Juneau, that means that all of these cars were shipped there. Quite a busy town and that is to be expected, since it is their Capital.

(1.) Lee caught a Whale Tail.

(2.) Mendenhall Glacier in rain and fog. It was huge, came all the way down to the water, and had Icebergs under it.

(3.) Look at the water, it has two distinct colors. It is where the river water meats the Ocean water. I don't know about you, but this amazes me. [it's like water and oil not mixing]

(4.) And just like any typical tourist, we got on the "WRONG COACH".
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Hi, at the Museum there were a lot of interesting things so I will share a few that I liked. On the boat tour we passed an island Light House. We hired Ivanca, by recommendations, to dog sit Boo-Boo. [Dusty] She came over to our trailer last night to meet Dusty and to get acquainted with him. He was not sure whether she was was friend or foe, but he took to her right away and she took Dusty for a walk and played with him for quite a while before going home. This gave us some peace of mind knowing that Dusty was going to be fed, checked on, walked, and played with while we were on an all day trip.

(1.) Mask at the Museum.

(2.) Light house lense at the Museum.

(3.) Island Light House.

(4.) Ivanca saying good bye to Dusty.
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Bob, thanks for a few photos from the museum that was closed when we were there. There's a lot less Mendenhall Glacier than in 2006. Juneau is a nice town, but it always seems to be raining.

I'm already feeling like my imaginary trip is ending—I don't want to go home! Maybe Bob and Lee will take us to Skagway.

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