Author Archives: Murray Lundberg

Day 2: Route 66 and the Grand Canyon

Back to the trip. I spent Friday night, my first night in the new motorhome, in the parking lot of the Walmart in Kingman, Arizona, and was up early Saturday, pumped to get to another shopping destination near Flagstaff and … Continue reading

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Our RV / Motorhome Shopping Process

Some of you are wondering how Cathy and I ended up with the motorhome we did, and why we bought in Arizona. It was a very long process that saw us assessing every type of RV from tent trailer to … Continue reading

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Taking Delivery of the New Motorhome

Friday was the big day, starting a whole new direction in our lives. No more international travel, no more leaving the 3 furry members of our family home, and a whole lot of exploring the North slowly, in great detail. … Continue reading

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Flying from Whitehorse Back to Phoenix

I’m in a campground at Idaho Falls, Idaho, as I write this, halfway through an Adventure that truly has me overwhelmed. There will probably not be an update until I get home, as I’m speed-touring a 3,200-mile route home with … Continue reading

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The Alaska Highway by Motorcycle

Explore BC has just posted another of my articles, this one about one of BC’s top riding routes, the Alaska Highway. To really enjoy the trip simply requires the right gear, the right attitude and sufficient time – though a … Continue reading

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Wandering along the Alaska Highway on the Motorcycle

Summer has finally returned to the Yukon, and yesterday I was dying to get back on my motorcycle. Checking out the recently-reopened Johnson’s Crossing Lodge, 110 km down the Alaska Highway, was as good an excuse as any What a … Continue reading

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Hiking the Summit Peak Trail on the Alaska Highway

As I neared home on a trip to Kelowna and back the first week of July, I spent a few hours hiking the Summit Peak Trail in Stone Mountain Park, which starts at Summit Lake, Km 597.6 of the Alaska … Continue reading

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Watching and Riding Trains Around the World

Living in the Yukon, I don’t get many opportunities to see trains other than those of the White Pass & Yukon Route, but they’re one of my favourite subjects when I travel, and I never pass up an opportunity to … Continue reading

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A Small Herd of Mustangs (P-51, that is) at Whitehorse

Having three P-51 Mustangs overnight at Whitehorse brought a lot of people out to the airport for a look. They are from the Bremont Horsemen Aerobatic Team, which first took off over a decade ago as the world’s only P-51 … Continue reading

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Flying from Phoenix to Whitehorse

On Friday, my long journey home from Arizona to the Yukon began with a 04:00 wakeup call, and a 04:30 shuttle to the airport with a particularly friendly driver. By 05:45 when I shot this photo from the departure lounge … Continue reading

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