When you exit the ferry in Dawson, the road is then called the Top Of The World Highway. It runs for 79 miles through the Yukon and into Alaska at the junction with the Taylor Highway. This was two hours of beautiful views and hairpin turns on dirt road with very, very few guard rails. What an experience !!! Here are a few of the 500+ pictures I took.
The first three pictures above are what I had downloaded when the computer locked up. The next three I managed to get off my phone. THEN...Do to technical difficulties; that is, my neglect in backing up my hard drive, all our pictures of Alaska up to July 29 have been lost. The hard drive has to be replaced and the current one can't be read. The computer is in Anchorage right now getting a new drive. We can pick it up tomorrow on our way to get family from the airport. We will hold on to the old drive in hopes that when we get down in the southern states later we can see about possibly retrieving the data, though we've been told it's very expensive. Next time we post it will start with our current location here in the Kenia Peninsula, south of Anchorage. This is a very hard lesson learned, but I guess I will have to work twice as hard getting more pictures.
Sara from the train, if you have a couple pics you could email us at firstname.lastname@example.org we would really appreciate it. It was really great sharing with you guys that day.
Judy, Larry and Laura in Nenana, our favorite town and RV camp in Alaska, if you have any pics you could email us of the camp, town and of you, we would really, really love to have some. Thanks Dave and Barb