On June 11, we arrive in Watson Lake and visited the Watson Lake Sign Post Forest, which was started by a U.S. army soldier working on the construction of the Alaska Highway in 1942. Travelers are adding signs, which numbers more than 75,000. At Baby Nugget RV Park we were treated to a spaghetti dinner by our club, Southwest Roadrunners. The delicious spaghetti dinner made by Chef David Greg, who is also the local sheriff, was written up in the N.Y. Times. The most memorable part of this evening was the stories told by the owners, Linda and Scott Goodwin. Their stories of hunting moose and elk and the long snowy winters and how you fill your time with wood carving and such were enchanting.
Leisure Travel Vans June 29, 2018
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