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Old 08-01-2011, 09:50 AM   #155
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I would recommend the Bonanza Gold RV park to anyone going to Dawson City. The folks there are superb.

We stayed there last week and the day we were going to leave for the Top of the World I became ill. Gail Hendley, the owner, got me to the clinic in town and when she learned I was going to be airlifted to Whitehorse she sent a driver back to get my father in law. Neither he nor my wife can drive due to medical conditions.

The space we were in was needed for a caravan so her staff broke everything down, repositioned the rig to another space and rehooked. They checked on my family several times a day, arranged phone calls with the hospital in Whitehorse and drove them to town for groceries when needed. When I was released and flew back someone was at the airport waiting for me.

Needless to say I am a big fan of theirs.
WOW!!! That is WELL above and beyond. God was looking out for you and your family. So glad that you are feeling better!


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Old 08-04-2011, 10:04 AM   #156
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just south of destruction bay i think 10 miles or so stayed at congdon creek camoground.some sites on water lots of sites can handle big riges. no hook ups or dump hand pump water.free wood sites are large & far apart.awsome place.
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Old 08-05-2011, 10:18 PM   #157
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as you said haines best keeped secret. seen bear in river today seen eagle catch fish in river. camera not ready so if you go c the bears have camera ready even if u go 10 times and don't use it the 11 time u wish u had it ready.bought crab from crab man 6 $ a crab raw had to clean them but easyer than blue gill.this trip with no plans has been the best sad that leaving ak after skagway but will allways be in are mind.met wounderfull people all over the world.stayed at ocean side rv park great lady.almost forgot whales this morn out front.hope to return.
safe travles bob linda & missy
ps prayers out for those on keni & steward hwy accidents drive slow and get over
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are last post ak was awsome thanks for all the good info.all i can tell ya if u go , go with no plan drive slow and injoy.we meet so many people from all over can't put are trip in words provential parks so cool out of touch with socitey than after weeks with out news same thing going on.we came in on hwy 97 to usa.canadas arizona they r right. from vernon to oliver vinyards and veges but usa took are tomatoes.than washington down 97-20 to 155 to wilber than 23 to lewiston acres of wheat.than threw hells canyon what a ride.oregon trail great.to boise than 20 threw craters of the moon. just when we thought theres no more to c yellow stone.all most done.love r mh now get home few repairs hug grandbabbys and start planing next trip.
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