Day Forty One: Cruising Prince William Sound

Before I get into the actual post, I want to apologize for the lack of updates.  The places where I’ve had a good cell signal have also been locations where we’ve been really busy.  And we’re back in Canada, which means Verizon restricts me to a half of a GB, which is nothing.  I can’t move the pictures to the website with that amount of bandwidth.  WiFi, if offered, is nearly universally useless at most campgrounds.  And then we started down the Cassiar Highway, and I lost even cell service for several days.  We are getting much closer to the border, and there should be no issues once I cross back into the U.S. on August 7th.  Continue reading “Day Forty One: Cruising Prince William Sound”

Day Twenty Seven: Mile Zero

Dawson Creek is the start of the Alaska Highway.  They have the “Mile Zero” signpost, and a lot of the town is geared to the tourism this generates.  I have to admit, it’s a cool place to visit.  I learned all about the Alaska Highway and was excited to get going.  First, we had to meet in a log meeting house in the Pioneer Village, which is attached to the Mile Zero campground, where we were staying. Continue reading “Day Twenty Seven: Mile Zero”