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 a sixteen years. Keep tabs on your Parkwest pilot friends, National Park news and other tidbits here!