I can't feel like I have missed my chance because of the scenery I saw. The Alaska higway was just forest and streams with little to no interruption. But the Haines higway was montains and work of art all the way. The wild flowers were blooming, the rivers were flowing wildly and shining far away at the bottom of the mountains were lakes and promises. Had I known I didn't have to rush here I would have hiked. But that is an adventure for another day.
Anyway, I'm back. June 5th 2016 Is it failure, lack of strength of some kind or plain good sense?
I have set on a little trip, a few days ago. It would be my only occasion to bike solo and see Alaska before my Sister meets me back in Whitehorse. So I have two to three weeks to spare before the happy reunion. I consulted my hosts who also happen to be biking lovers and have a good knowledge of the area, about where would be a rea ... read more
North America » United States » Alaska » Haines Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the origina... ... read more
SO I'm Frenchie, the clueless biker, enthusiastic hiker, experience seeker and apprentice blogger.
Although I prefer speaking and writing in french, I know more unilingual english folk than frenchies. ..
I am not heading anywhere in particular, as much in my travel as in this text. I just want to share and see, discover and grow. I do not think there is a limit to what you can learn, it would be foolish to think as oneself as finite in a world of infinite possibilities, wouldn't it be? I do not believe in limits or impossibilities.
I got into traveling in August 2014 with one of my friend... full info