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July 23rd 2013
Published: July 31st 2013
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Left Whitehorse Tuesday morning to start the trek towards home. Stopped at the Teslin Tlingit Heritage Centre on the way. What a history these First Nation people have and so friendly. The road is still pretty rough hoping for smoother trails once we head south. The road improved quite a bit once we hit the Stewart-Cassier Highway (BC 37), a narrow hard topped road but some beautiful scenery.

Stopped for the night at Boya Lake Provincial Park about 81 km south of the Alaska Highway junction and BC 37. What a great place to stop, quiet and some great views out our back window. Will get on the road early tomorrow morning and hopefully make it to the junction of the Stewart-Cassier and the highway to Prince Rupert.

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