We made it!! & there is Brenda waiting!!
This is in Brenda's back yard...can you imagine...a First Nations woman raised FIVE kids in this tiny cabin!! & I thought I had a tiny bitty place!!
Notice Brenda's little red kick-sled out front :) Just like mine!!
Adelaide & Sarah didn't know which way to go...there was SOOO much open floor space...& just LOOK at the high gloss shine she's got going on!!
Well after a short visit & a hot cup of tea & a few well deserved snuggles, it was time to pack up the team!! It took us almost 2 hours to get up there (with construction stops) and I knew the kids needed to get home for their evening routine!
Back on the road home!!
I couldn't help by stop a few times to take a snapshot or two of, what I call, "Northern Goodness"!
The old Burwash Schoolhouse/Church that dates back to the beginning of White man and the Klondike!
Some really old & very cool cabins...most likely the original village of Burwash!
This gal is Barbie!! She was introduced to me as Sean's wife...(actually, her official role in his life was that of Bartender!) Little, at the time, did we know that I was destined to fulfill the role of his "wife" No hard feelings Barbie...God knows I love & respect you !!
On THIS day, instead of cracking me a beer, dear Barbie was helping the girls & I get home safely through the construction zone:) Thanks friend!!
& to the Pilot car driver...."Could you have GONE any FASTER? I thought this was a constructions zone not the Autobahn!!"
Ahhh...Good ol' Kluane Lake! She's always a beautiful sight!
About 300 kilometers later, we arrived home, from our Northern Girly Adventure, happy to be back in our little corner of the Yukon...and Like Dorthy said...
"There's no place like home!"