The following email account describes this part of the trip best (complete with spelling and grammatical errors).
Return to the Richardson, I am Not a Pussy, The Jaws of Death and A Canadian Para glider Champion
From: Grizz Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, Jul 19, 2015 at 10:49 PM
Subject: Return to the Richardson, I am Not a Pussy, The Jaws of Death and A Canadian Para glider Champion
I left Fairbanks with a new rear tire. The ride out to Delta Junction was very pleasant and warm. I even captured video footage of a very young moose. I am almost thinking that its mom, must have been killed. It was hanging near the AlCan Hwy grazing, and wouldn’t venture far from it. It seemed to be a bit confused.
|Near Delta Jct|
|Back on the Richardson|
|Much better views the second time around|
|This is the views I missed before|
|Look closely, is it me, or does this glaciated peak look like it is smiling?|
|Taking a much needed break|
|Alcan hwy, I pull off and check the route I did years before.|
|Freshly painted sign. Looks nice|
|Riding along Kluane Lake|
|That is glacial dust|
|Getting closer to Slims river|
|The silt was really mixing it up with the blue lake water|
|Windy as heck|
|I rode through this silty dust storm|
|Side trip to Grey Mountain outside of Whitehorse|
|The true summit is about a 30 minute hike from where the road ends|
|Looking down onto Whitehorse|
|The Yukon River|
|Marsh lake as seen from Grey Mtn outside of Whitehorse|
|What the?? This work of art can be found in Whitehorse on someones front lawn|
|Shawn's method of travel after a long para glide flight|
|Fun with animals in Teslin|
Today, I find myself at the Air Force Lodge in Watson Lake. I rode through 2 very heavy showers and was looking south on the Cassiar Hwy where I noticed dark, ominous clouds. Not quit dry, I whimped out for a motel room.
Tomorrow I begin my trip back down the Cassiar Hwy. One of my favorite hwys in the north.
Until next time....