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Day 32 - Travel to Watson Lake, YT

About three miles after we left the campground we encountered this huge herd of Wood Bison.
This was a rare occurrence to see these two bulls locking horns and doing battle. Click here for video
There were many calves in the herd. Prior to this, we had not seen any calves along the road.

Today was the day for bears, at least for Jim & Betty. Betty had a number of shots of this Black Bear.(Betty Lenneman)

Did you know that Black Bears can also be brown? Or maybe it is a young Grizzly. (Betty Lenneman)

Wow, what a set of horns on this Stone Sheep ram! (Ivan Hoyt)

We can always count on Ivan and Carol to find the remote water falls. This was on Teeter Creek. I don't even recall seeing the sign for this one. (Ivan Hoyt)

There were five caravaners that chose to stay at Toad River Campground so they passed Muncho Lake this morning where Ivan took these four extraordinary pictures. (Ivan Hoyt)

Muncho Lake (Ivan Hoyt)

Muncho Lake (Ivan Hoyt)

Muncho Lake (Ivan Hoyt)

These two pictures were taken from an overlook above the Liard river. One looking to the left,

and the other looking to the right.

We left British Columbia and crossed into the Yukon Territory.

Shortly after that we arrived at Watson Lake where we will be staying for the next two nights.
(Ivan Hoyt)

Once again we had Skeeter getting his exercise and leading us into the park on this bicycle.
Thanks again Skeeter!

Today we have full hookups, much to the glee of all the members of our caravan.

We had a social gathering today in the screened-in hall at the campground.

It was the odd numbered rigs responsibility to supply snacks tonight and they did themselves proud.

The main reason for the meeting was for Pat and Skeeter to show off the sign we will be placing in the Sign Post Forest tomorrow. It is in the shape of the Northwest Territories and has all our names on it. Great job you two!

Whoa, what is this? The barber shop is open and Skeeter is getting his hair trimmed! Now that is a full service Wagon Master pair.

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