British Columbia is beautiful country. I get the feeling that some people viewing these pictures might be getting bored with the scenery. I'M LOVIN' IT!!
Thomas has been good. If we have an argument. I shut him off. Only for a couple seconds though. I don't have a single map of Canada.
One of my first pictures in the Yukon.
Sunset & I don't know where I'm staying tonight.
Here is Tim again. I met him & his wife in Heredy, Alaska. They are both assistant Attorney Generals for the state of Florida.
Tim drove from Florida. His wife flew into Seattle and hoped on back. I believe Fairbanks is their destination.
More beautiful roads.
& down the road I went...
Finally passed that truck.
He is going along pretty good, but, a little to dusty. I'm not whining, the shady character is cussing it up though.
A couple of soft spots on this gravel.
The human stop sign.
The horses thought I was intruding on their views.
I was revving the bike to spook them. I think they liked the sound.
Look @ those love birds. Go rent a room...
I came around the corner & these J walkers where breaking some laws.
There was barely any grass. What's the attraction?
A long & winding road...
I've never seen a bridge like this.
I've never seen a truck like this.
Must have rolled last night. I can see the tracks in the soft shoulder. No skid marks...
Keep on keepin' on
Not a soft shoulder
These warning signs were a heads up for woop-dee-doos. For the most part, not bad. Later on, they become troublesome. I think I developed a nervous tick whenever I see these. I'm twitching now.
Keep on keepin' on...
This was a great spot to tear the bike down a little.
Until now my ignition has been adequate. It felt like it wasn't getting fuel a few times. I sensed it was some of my half assed connections.
Time to install the marine quality toggle switch I picked up in Stewart , BC.
This has to be the problem. A lot of daylight in that connection. I pinched & twisted with channel locks. Wrapped them super tight. Zero issues since. Electrical issues can be mysterious.
A feel good picture.
Bike is acting up.
Had a great sandwich here. It had a Swiss feel to it. That's Tims bike.
I drove back for this picture. Not sure why. The bridge was interesting...
The temperature was in the 70's.
OOOOHHWW!! The Alaskan Highway
About 160 miles to get to the Alaskan Highway.
Maybe thats what the mile '0' sign implied?