Considering an Alaskan RV Trip? Afraid/unwilling to do it on your own? You might consider a paid RV Caravan as a solution to your hesitant wanderlust! We joined a paid Alaskan caravan Summer of 2016. We are usually independent RVers who enjoy doing our own planning – and we really plan out our trips. Many folks are … More Is an Alaskan RV Caravan Right for You?
Another drive North finds us in Teslin – the Yukon Territory… We continue our press North to Alaska – landing in this small town for a short stay. Established by the Hudson Bay Company in 1903, it provided a small trading post – population today slightly over 100 people. Teslin is found at Mile Marker 804 … More Alaska Awaits – Teslin, the Yukon
Our Alaska Caravan continues – a stop at Watson Lake. As we continue the press towards the 49th State, we did an overnight stop in Watson Lake. Making slow, steady progress towards the Canadian/US border. Watson Lake was built – as many Canadian towns were – on the back of the Alaskan -Canadian Highway. Located … More Our Alaska Adventure Continues – Watson Lake, the Yukon, Canada
We continue on our journey through the Great White North – well, maybe not quite white now. Very Green and bumpy. Our second stop – Fort Nelson. This was a quick overnight stop – to make some progress towards our goal – Alaska! Our campground – Triple G Hideaway – was fine for an overnight. Not … More Our Alaska Caravan – Part B
Well, here we are. The beginning of our Alaskan Caravan. Who, what, why have we done this? Don’s Grandmother made this same trip in the 70’s and survived – without the internet and Google Maps! And Don learned the roads were rough, our RV would be trashed and the going was tough. So we got going! … More An Alaskan Caravan – Chapter I