Takhini Hot Springs – Whitehorse, YT We stayed in the most beautiful RV park so far. Haines has a nice view, but this has huge sites, well separated by trees, and carefully allocated so there were empty sites between each one in use. While getting a rock chip in the RV windshield repaired, I noticed the Hendrick’s Barber shop across the street. Our site at the RV park/ Maxine in the bathtub-temperature pool. The hot pool and the bath house behind. Easily the most beautiful meal of the trip at the cafe. A little light on the Arctic Char, but very tasty. We rode on the trolley along the waterfront. Nothing of the original buildings remain, but this is a decoration on the outside of a First Nation building through the window of the trolley. The longest wooden fish ladder in the Northern Hemisphere is on the Yukon River. This is some public art they did to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ladder. The ladder itself is all the original wood, but it has been re-inforced in the last 50 years. This map shows the 1875 miles of the Yukon River, and the trip these fish take to spawn. Here is another more artful map of the Yukon and its major tributaries. This is a beaver pond where I caught one tiny rainbow trout.