Canada acts to keep the remote areas of the Yukon connected to essential services
It's not just restaurants that are doing take-out and delivery. A Canadian airline and its caterer are going into the business, too.
Gumbo was visiting the MacBride Museum in the Yukon Territory, the oldest museum in the Yukon.
DrFumblefinger was entertained by this display of 100 license plates from the Yukon territory, especially enjoying those plates with very small numbers,
DrFumblefinger visits the Yukon Transportation Museum in Whitehorse. The Museum features the history of transportation in the territory, with many examples of the machinery used to develop this wild land.
DrFumblefinger visits remote Kluane National Park in the Yukon territory. The park is home to most of the largest mountains in Canada, including it's tallest peak, Mt. Logan. It is home to hundreds of glaciers and forms part of the world's largest non-polar ice cap.
DrFumblefinger shares the story of the Alaska Highway and some photos taken while driving a segment of it this past summer.
DrFumblefinger visits an important site in the journey of many prospectors during the Klondike Gold Rush, the then treacherous Miles Canyon of the Yukon River.
DrFumblefinger is a fan of the writing of Canadian poet Robert W Service. He was pleased to find this tribute to Service in Whitehorse during his recent visit.
DrFumblefinger visits the fascinating Yukon Beringia Interpretative Center in Whitehorse. The museum presents life in the Yukon during the last great Ice Age.
DrFumblefinger discovers evidence of beaver activity along a trail in Whitehorse. A fairly common sight in the north, it was among the only times he's actually photographed it.
DrFumblefinger really enjoyed this work of art, prominently and proudly displayed at the Kluane National Park Visitor Center at Haines Junction in the Yukon Territory.
DrFumblefinger visits the relatively new Kwalin Dun Cultural Center, an aboriginal gathering place in Whitehorse.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the signage he discovered during his visit to the northern city of Whitehorse.
Gumbo was visiting the historic S.S. Klondike II, one of the few surviving sternwheelers that used to move goods and passengers along the Yukon River.