Sometimes it’s about the journey, not necessarily the destination, and our journey to Alaska was taking us to many incredible places. We’ve found that traveling by RV is not only a comfortable way to visit some amazing destinations, but also has the benefit of allowing you to slow down and find adventure in the places in-between.
A Prickly Situation
We quickly discovered that a porcupine had crawled up on top of the spare tire and was chewing on something. After a few shouts and kicks to the tire, the fellow dropped down and scampered to the woods. We chased after him loudly, wanting to make sure he wouldn’t be back again. As we walked back around to examine the truck, we heard another squeak…from under the truck. There was another porcupine under there!
“It’s back,” I groaned into my pillow, and we both reluctantly sprang from the bed to hopefully catch the thing before it climbed up into the truck again. Thankfully, we did, but it was clear that we’d have porcupines bothering us all night.
We were on our way again.
Continuing Up The Road
Things Got a Little Scary…
We made it!
The Klondike Highway, Dawson City, Top of the World, and Entering Alaska!
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