July 29, 2009

We started off today (our 20th wedding anniversary) with breakfast at the campground café – sourdough pancakes, biscuits and gravy, reindeer sausage and pork sausage, and fruit – Mmmm good. The kid that ran the pancake toss last night was doing the cooking. We headed out on the Alaska Highway and crossed the border into Yukon, Canada at Port Alcan. We stopped at an overlook with a view of the St. Elias Mountains.

We stopped at Congdon Creek Campground, a Yukon government campground on the Kluane Lake. After dinner we took the dogs on a nature trail hike and walked along the shore of the lake. Kluane lake is the largest lake in the Yukon and is a beautiful glacier fed lake.

This trip has been a wonderful way to celebrate our 20 years of marriage!


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