I’m pretty backed up on my posts – we’ve found very little wifi along the Alcan Highway. Good thing for me that Brian has been very diligent. We met Brian and Will in Edmonton at the Rainbow Valley campground and then spent the next few days exploring the city.


The Muttart Conservatory was interesting and a great place to spend a rainy afternoon. We managed to get in the last tour of the day (with a very informative and enthusiastic tour guide.) I took a lot of close up flower pictures but I will try and keep my sharing to a minimum here.


The next day we drove around and explored the city. Our last stop was the Alberta Legislature building. We missed the last tour this day but did get to explore the underground tunnels that connect everything.


Our last day was spent outside of the city at Elk Island National Park. We took a great hike and saw some wildlife. It was really cool but by now we have seen so many more animals!


Note: I’m finally getting this post up at Watson Lake, Yukon.

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