We plan to cross into Canada north of Duluth as we head to Alaska--will go through Winnipeg and then across the prairies to Rocky Mountain House, over the mountains to the Icefield Parkway, Lake Louise, then on to Jasper, Hinton and north again to Dawson Creek and on to Dawson City, the TOW to Chicken and the rest of Alaska.
This is our second trip--spent a month there in 2002--but this time is our first to cross the Canadian Prairies. Anything other than the dinosaurs at Drumheiller that you would consider a "Must See" or "Must Do"?
We love historic sites, ag sites, and great scenery of all kinds.
Thanks in advance for your input and help.
Count us in for Roll-Call 2015. We plan to leave Missouri mid-June, travel north via Duluth, to Rocky Mountain House, Lake Louise, Jasper, then on to Dawson Creek, Whitehorse, Dawson City, TOW, then to Denali, Valdez, Haines and Skagway, then home on Cassiar. Looking forward to our second trip to Alaska. Plan to stay until mid-Sept.
Missouri Bird---Ken and Robin from NW Missouri
I know Airstreams have been around for a long time and have many loyal customers. But what is so special about them that helps them hold their resale value and their initial sales price when compared to other trailers of similar size other than just outside looks. Surely there are some outstanding engineering or construction factors in addition to their classic design that are responsible for their ongoing high values. Comments of experienced owners would be welcomed.