Monday, August 10, 2009. Dawson City, population 2,020. After our boat ride 104 miles up the Yukon River, we landed at Dawson City. We stayed here for two nights at the Westmark Hotel that is owned by Holland America. Holland America owns everything, including the boat that we rode in on and the bus (Gray Lines) that we rode out on. As you can see in the first photo below, it’s a beautiful day. I sure wish that yesterday’s boat ride could have been as nice, but we will enjoy this one anyway. I put some miles on the shoes this day.
Dawson City Map
The Westmark Hotel at Dawson, Yukon Territory
I didn't check the price. It's sold by the litre.
The local school.
Tourism is reviving the old town.
Wild & Wooly
Midnight Sun Hotel
Diamond Tooth Gerties
The front of the school.
Rev William Henry Judge
North American Transportation
Buy me! Like when I went to Telluride in 1968.
The Dawson, Y.T. Post Office
The Palace Grand Theatre
Inside the Palace Theatre
Midnight Sun Gardening (no winter bugs)
Yukon Saw Mill and Machine Shop
Looking back toward Eagle - sure is a nice day.
The Klondike Spirit
The Dawson City General Store
St. Andrews Church
The Aurora Inn
OLD IRON - the Gardner Steam Pump
Lunch at Sourdough Joe's
Restoration in progress.
Dawson City Museum
The Downtown Hotel
The way it used to be.
The Flora Dora Hotel
The Bunk House
Lowe's Mortuary with a coffin in the window.
Billy Bigg's Blacksmith and Machine Shop
3rd Avenue Complex - Permafrost
This is my fixxer-upper 😉
Time to move on down the road toward Whitehorse.
Next Page: Moose Creek, Minto and Whitehorse.