A lot of water and mud gets thrown up onto the underside of the fifth wheel. The front compartment is leaking a bit as a result:
I’ve added monster-sized mud flaps, hopefully that will help:
After the mud flap installation, we drove into downtown and visited the MacBride Museum of Yukon History. The museum had an impressive collection of native animals:
Sam McGee’s cabin was also on site. Robert Service, a bank teller at the time, met Sam and asked to use his name in the now-famous poem, The Cremation of Sam McGee.
Old stagecoaches that used to travel between towns during the gold rush:
Is this a compliment?
This is the first electric generator that served the area. Pressurized water was shot into the cups on the left, which turned the generator:
White Pass, makers of the first shipping containers:
A local freight train:
Back at the RV, we spoke to the driver of this contraption, a 24 passenger tour bus with 24 sleeping births in the back. The hallway for the sleeping births slides out on the passenger side, and the passengers find their birth and climb a ladder if necessary to get in. Looks a little tight to me, but it’s pretty neat:
Before dinner, I finally got around to pulling out the over-range microwave oven and installing in its place a medicine cabinet door salvaged from the bathroom remodel:
Behold, over-range storage:
Despite encouraging the kids to not play with their food….
We hope to get an early start tomorrow, visit the SS Klondike, and then head North.