1369-Whitehorse, YT

Whitehorse with a population of 28,000 is the capital and largest city of Yukon and the largest city in northern … More

1367-Yukon, YT

I finally made it to the Yukon!!! It was a great feeling after 2,000 miles to finally see this sign. … More

1366-Cassiar Highway, BC

The Cassiar Highway is the most isolated road in British Columbia and one of the most beautiful. The road stretched … More

1365-Dease Lake, BC

Dease Lake is a long skinny lake that the Cassiar Highway through the Yukon skirts. Many bikers told me I … More

1364-Bathroom, BC

The aboriginal peoples of America are called Native Americans. In Alaska, they are called Alaskan Natives, and in Canada they … More

1363-Bugs, BC

I have forgotten how large and ferocious the mosquitoes are in the north. Check out the size of this critter … More

1362-Bell 2, BC

The road to the Yukon is very long so I decided to split it up. Eight hours one day, seven … More

Follow Along – Tok, AK

Making the final 330 mile push into Anchorage, tomorrow. Today was one of the most challenging of riding days. The … More

1361-North to Alaska

I’ve been looking of this sign for two weeks. This is the 450 mile long Cassiar Highway that goes to … More

1358-Smithers, BC

Did almost 1,000 kilometers in the last two days and have ended up in Smithers, BC. It’s at the base … More

1357-Quesnel, BC

Rode from Pemberton to Quesnel which is really close to Prince George. Tomorrow I make the left turn and god … More

1355-Pemberton, BC

Left Victoria this AM and rode two hours to Nanaimo where I caught the ferry to North Vancouver and the … More

1354-Victoria, BC

Victoria, BC is a beautiful and fun city in which to explore. I returned from the Butchart Gardens visit and … More

938-Project Kaisei

Janine and I sailed on the tall ship Kaisei out of Vancouver, BC to investigate the trash that was floating … More

937-Active Pass

Active Pass was one of the most interesting spots we experienced on our short voyage. The tides are quite fierce … More