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Issue: 2012-06-14

Mud, Sand & Scaups

In early April, I started running every morning. I felt that I was losing stamina on my hikes, and needed to do something about it.It’s amazing, now I am in the habit of it, how easy it is to keep it up. Mind you, I only...

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Taking it Outdoors

Like ants, elementary students of the Robert Service School (RSS) in Dawson City marched off of a school bus carrying large rocks from the dredge tailings, placing them in the corner of the school yard.The 350m2 space,...

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Come Toss a Caber

Having spent a bit of time in Scotland, I can attest that the scenery in the Highlands bears more than a passing resemblance to the Yukon, albeit in miniature. That being so, the idea of holding Highland Games in the Klondike is...

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Learnings from a Wine Tasting

In my last article, I told you about the wine tasting I was planning at Bombay Peggy’s in Dawson City over the May long weekend.We had about 20 people attend, a few less than I would have hoped for, but a good first...

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Journeys Then & Now

Dalton’s Gold Rush Trail is a story of journeys; the 10-year journey of Jack Dalton to blaze a trail to the Klondike gold fields, and the 40-year journey of author Michael Gates to retrace those steps in southwest...

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Navigating Point to Point

Every second Wednesday throughout the summer, you can find a full cross-section of Whitehorse’s population—children, seniors, families, teens, young professionals, even excited dogs—out in the woods, maps and compasses at...

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