On our third day in Canada we continued north on Hwy 37 until we reached Watson Lake. That took us across the border into the Yukon Territory. That also connected us to the Alaska Highway. We stayed on this road all the way until we reached Whitehorse which is the capital city for the Yukon. Here is where we camped for the night at a WalMart along with about 25 others.
Along today's journey, we saw a bear cub by the side of the road. As we approached and slowed to get his picture, he walked off into the bushes so the photo wasn't as good as our initial view.
Later on we also happened across some wild mountain goats that were grazing just along the side of the road also. There were already a few cars there that had stopped to take pictures and the goats didn't seem to mind a bit. There were even a couple of babies there in the mix.
Today's roads were also the worse we've encountered so far. They are worse than I-10 going though Alabama to Louisiana! At some sections we had to drive as slow as 20 mph to keep from bouncing off the road. There were also several construction zones on the gravel roads. There they were using water trucks to keep the dry dust down. This also made for a muddy RV and Blazer. I'll have a final mud photo tomorrow once we reach Alaska.
That was it for day number three. Below are some photos from today's RV journey through Canada.