WHITEHORSE, Yukon — There are really only two ways to tour the Yukon. One is by motorbike. Big, shiny, expensive cruisers buzz the long, lonesome highways – steel-and-chrome versions of the mosquitos that descend on this region in summer. The other is to pick up a recreational vehicle, also known as an RV.
That’s how my friend and I come to be standing before an RV in Whitehorse that will be our home away from home, getting a briefing on how to work its stove and fridge and shower, how to transform the furniture into a bed, and how to deal with the slightly icky issue of dispatching waste into dump stations.
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