We finished our fabulous visit to Yellowknife and then flew to Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon Territory.
Whitehorse is still a wilderness city, but much more tourist oriented than Yellowknife. Almost the first thing you notice, after the mountains, is the plethoria of coffee shops. Barbara and I instantly fell into the habit of beginning our morning with coffee and scones at Baked.
So far, we've spoken to the Toastmasters, presented at the Whitehorse Library, given a workshop at the library in Haines Junction, driven to Skagway, Alaska for a presentaiton at the Klondike Gold Rush National Park and signed at Skagway News Depot, and also had a signing at the famous bookstore Mac's Fireweed in Whitehorse. It makes for a lot of driving and action packed days.
Including the flat tire after our event in Haines Junction!
But the excitement never ends and we still have a mystery lovers panel in Whitehorse, an appearance at the MacBride Museum, and another book signing. Plus a trip to Pelly Crossing to speak at the library and then to the Dawson City Museum.
Gosh, I'm tired just typing all that.
Enough chat. Here are some pictures.