We head out to Watson Lake after a one night stay in Teslin, home to the Tlingit First Nation People. A sweet native family came around the campground selling their smoked salmon. At Baby Nugget RV Park in Watson Lake, we are treated to another club sponsored dinner and a great bear story from the proprietors. Before leaving, an innovative group hung a sign they created here (Border Busters) in the Sign Post Forest. It is springtime in this Great North and the pitter patter of rain lulls us to sleep in our LTVs. The drives have been a wildflower spectacle. In early June the roadways were filled with yellow and blue lupin, dandelion and bluebells. Now, in late July we are among fireweed, daisy, cow parsnip, buttercups, Indian paintbrush and clover!
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