YUKON, Alaska — Sunset and we’ve just pulled into the Cottonwood RV Park on the shores of Yukon’s Kluane Lake, Wheels.ca reported.
Earlier today we prowled through a ghost town and flew over the Klaskawulsh Glacier; now we’ve parked our RV mere feet from the lake’s rippled windswept cobalt surface, an expanse dominated by mountains painted red by the dying sun.
Day one is done and we’re bedding down in an attractive park we share with a host of other RVers – most of them veterans. License plates read Washington, Oregon and British Columbia.
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