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I am retired and exploring the world on foot, by canoe and kayak. You see and experience much more this way. No luxury resorts on some tropical beach for me.
Air strip and highway, Dempster Highway
Wild flowers along the Dempster Highway, Yukon.
Free Ferry across the McKenzie River
Fox along the Dempster Highway
Heading SOUTH on the Dempster Highway
Tomb-stone Mountains on the Dempster Highway in the Yukon. The native people no longer have to hike for great distances to find caribou. They wait for them to cross the Dempster highway in vast herds, everyone is notified, then they harvest hundreds to take back to their villages by trucks and share them around. Consider 100 years ago, you didn't know where they were, you may not find any, you can only carry so much, and there were no grocery stores in the area.
Tsiigehtchic. North West Territories. The houses are all elevated to get them off the permafrost.
Dempster Highway at the McKenzie river.
Two Moose Lake on the Dempster Highway
Free ferry across the Peel River
View along the Dempster Highway, Yukon
East side of Kluane National Park, Yukon
Fortymile caribou heard and interesting piles of rocks. There was an estimated 240,000 of them in the 1930's, and only 6,500 by the 1970's. It has rebounded to 55,000 animals by 2014. The native people take them by the thousands, but the heard will increase 25 % per year on it's own. Consider it a giant beef farm, you must take 25% per year to prevent over grazing the land, causing a 97 % crash in their numbers. The pasture is very slow to recover. Near the Yukon Alaska border.
Tsiigehtchic NWT, modest native housing. All the houses are off the ground to prevent thawing the permafrost under it.
Tsiigehtchic NWT is built on high ground to avoid the Mckenzie River when it floods in the spring.
The Arctic Circle, north of Eagle Plains.
Two Moose Lake, Dempster Highway
Foxes along the Dempster Highway
Canada/USA customs office,
Stone Sheep, Yukon
Stone art along the Dempster Highway.
Modest sized log home, lovingly cared for, unusually large window. Precise address not known. Fairbanks, Ak.
Mt. Logan, Canada's highest peak, the 2nd highest in North America. It has multiple peaks, the highest is 5,959 m. (19,551 ft.) above sea level. It has 11 peaks over 5,000 m. (16,400 ft) and has the largest base circumference of any non-volcanic mountain on earth. It is more of a plateau, than a peak like other major mountains. The mean temperature at the peak is -27 C, several major glaciers begin here. Viewing west.
Black and White
Bon Echo Provincial Park
Celtic stone fences
Charleston Lake Provincial Park
Depot Creek Reserve
Frontenac Provincial Park
Highway No.2 Ont.
houses of interest
Inca Trail Peru
K P Hiking Trail
Little Cat Con Area
Menzel Nature Reserve
Mile stones Hwy # 2
One room school-house
Opinicon Lake - Rideau Trails
Prince Edward Cty.
Sheffield Con. Area.
Sir John A. McDonald
Stellar Sea Lions
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