Monday: (06/20) Lou fixed French toast for breakfast. We drove out to the dam to see the fish ladder. It's reported to be the largest wooden fish ladder. No fish using it today but we read all about them.
Then we hiked part of the Millennium Trail along the Yukon River. There is a city park called Temptation Island, also known as Bert Law Park. It's located on an island in the river. There was a nice trail on the island with lots of blooms to be seen. Some were on the 9 types of berries that grow on the island.
The many faces of the wild rose above left and right and below left.
Often the wild rose is just a pink flower but occasionally they really look like a rose like above left.
After our PBJ sandwiches for lunch our next stop was to look at the Klondike river boat, the biggest stern wheeler to travel this river.
The Klondike above left. And it's engine room on the right.
We then stopped at the Transportation Museum and stayed until they closed at 6pm. Trains, Boats, Planes and dog sled information. They had a bunch of unusual equipment in the yard including the big yellow log or lumber mover above left and a DC3 plane mounted on a pole.
We topped the day by stopping downtown for dinner at the Klondike Rib and Salmon BBQ. We each had fish and chips and finished with a shared piece of berry pie.