Yukon bound

Hi friends, just a brief note to say that I’m Yukon bound in about 2 hours…

Apparently it is -23C in Whitehorse today, but that’s okay cause it feels like -34C with the wind chill. I guess we’ll be testing the limits of my parka.

I’ll be back on Tuesday the 27th but am hoping to post, contingent, of course on having internet access.

Hope to have lots to share – including possibly some insights on my collaborator’s philosophy
of negotiation. Barry’s a great guy and I’m lucky to know him, obviously he’s been doing this a while longer than me, so I’m hoping to learn a ton.

Last exciting piece about this trip. Once concluded I’ll have visited every province and terrirtory excecpt NWT, PEI and Newfoundland. Can’t wait to get to them…

4 thoughts on “Yukon bound

  1. David Eaves Post author

    I did survive! Beautiful country the Yukon. Coolest part was driving from Carcross to Skagway through the pass. In one two hour drive I started in the Yukon, drove into BC, then over the border into Alaska to the coast.

    There is a possibility I might be heading back in April which would be very cool – would give me a chance to see it when it is warmer. Everybody kept telling me I had to come back… and I could see why!

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  2. David Eaves

    I did survive! Beautiful country the Yukon. Coolest part was driving from Carcross to Skagway through the pass. In one two hour drive I started in the Yukon, drove into BC, then over the border into Alaska to the coast.There is a possibility I might be heading back in April which would be very cool – would give me a chance to see it when it is warmer. Everybody kept telling me I had to come back… and I could see why!

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