It took some doing, but Collin and I found the Parkwest sign amongst the now 72,000+ signs in the Watson Lake signpost forest. It has weathered pretty well--let's hope all our Midnight Sun customers can say the same!
We slept in a campground along the shores of Teslin Lake, a checkpoint many of you may remember. From there we drove the Parkwest air route towards Whitehorse, through other familiar checkpoint names: Johnson's Crossing and Jake's Arm. There isn't much to these highway stops, and even less now with the poor economy. (We learned--again--not to tempt fate where diesel is concerned!)
Cat Herder (aka Marisa) has been guiding pilot tours in the American West for over twenty years. Keep tabs on your Parkwest pilot friends, National Park news and other tidbits here!