One of our searches for beaver brought us to this pond. No beaver seen, just a dam.
We hiked the Hoodoo Trail. There are three unusual erosion pillars which are different than most since they are mixed into the forest and on the side of an otherwise ordinary looking mountain. On the right is our RV parked on the road from near where the hoodoo in the left picture is looking down a steep wash.
A family of sheep
Not too many wild flowers here in the North. Here are some photos of a few we did see.
Some look like sweet peas and the one on the right above is called a rose.
Some of the buds look better than their flowers. The flower on the right has great detail.
Part of a big herd of Wood bison we passed through along the highway. There were at least 12 calves in the herd.
Lots of bears including the black bear above right. They seem to enjoy the taste of the grass along the highway. Above right is the Laird River 60 Miles South of Watson Lake Along the Alaskan Highway.
Our campsite at a Rest Stop 60 Miles South of Watson Lake Along the Alaska Highway.
(GPS: 59.87593, -127.4052)