Author Archives: Murray Lundberg

Fall Colours & the Yukon Suspension Bridge

I had to make a quick trip to Skagway yesterday to pick up some stuff for the motorhome at the post office and Wings, but with Fall colours at their peak, a great lunch at the Yukon Suspension Bridge and … Continue reading

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A Fall Colours Weekend at Congdon Creek Campground

For our first “no-services” camping weekend with the RV, we chose Congdon Creek Campground on Kluane Lake, and it was perfect, with spectacular scenery and wonderful Fall colours. I had the rig ready to go when Cathy got home from … Continue reading

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A Special Trip on the WP&YR Railway

It doesn’t matter how many times I ride it, I never get enough of the White Pass & Yukon Route railway. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve ridden it – 30 perhaps. Yesterday, though, was very special – … Continue reading

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A Wedding Trip to Kelowna, BC

Cathy and I returned yesterday from a 5-day trip to Kelowna for my daughter’s wedding. I’ll just talk about family stuff briefly – as usual, this post is mostly about the experience of travel. We flew from Whitehorse to Kelowna … Continue reading

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A 3-Day Weekend in Atlin, BC

On Friday night, we made the 160-km drive down to the little town of Atlin, often referred to as the Switzerland of the North. Atlin has captivated me ever since my first visit in 1985, and was the perfect spot … Continue reading

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Road Trip Final Day: Alaska Highway to Whitehorse

Friday night was a fairly short one – I went to bed at the top of the Sikanni Chief hill just before 10:00 pm, and was back on the Alaska Highway well before 05:00. I don’t think that the people … Continue reading

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Day 7: An Icefields Parkway Morning

When I went to bed at the Bow Lake viewpoint on the Icefields Parkway Wednesday night, I had a comfortable feeling that I was almost home. Only another 1,400 miles to go. A few minutes after 05:00, I went for … Continue reading

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Day 6: Driving through Montana & Alberta

There were 2 primary focuses for Wednesday – first, get the motorhome paperwork done at the border (and I had no idea how long that would take), and meet my daughter and grand-daughters for dinner. Beyond, it was just “see … Continue reading

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Day 5: Wandering through Idaho and Montana

Travel excites me. Especially largely-unplanned travel – I love not knowing what’s around the next corner, and being able to take detours on a whim. Tuesday was one of those days – not spectacular, but very special. The well-equipped motorhome … Continue reading

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Day 4: Wandering through Utah and Idaho

To get to the border at Sweetgrass, Montana at the scheduled time (or day, at least – Wednesday the 13th), I had about 48 hours to drive the 950-odd miles – 2 easy days. I had run into a problem … Continue reading

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