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Carmacks: A Vibrant Yukon Crossroads

Home of the Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation, Carmacks is located at a historic intersection of trails, waterways and roads, making it a vital hub for travelers. Sitting two hours north of Whitehorse on a sweeping bend of the Yukon River, Carmacks is a popular stopover for road and river travelers. Great drives on the surrounding…
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Cruise the Coast near Tawas City, MI

Tawas City has anchored Michigan’s Sunrise Coast since it was founded on the north shores of Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron in 1854. The best place to catch that sunrise is on the white sugar sands and dune grasses of Tawas Point State Park. The oft-photographed Tawas Point Lighthouse dates to 1876 and is the…
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Carmacks: A Vibrant Yukon Crossroads

Home of the Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation, Carmacks is located at a historic intersection of trails, waterways and roads, making it a vital hub for travelers. Sitting two hours north of Whitehorse on a sweeping bend of the Yukon River, Carmacks is a popular stopover for road and river travelers. Great drives on the surrounding…
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Cruise the Coast near Tawas City, MI

Tawas City has anchored Michigan’s Sunrise Coast since it was founded on the north shores of Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron in 1854. The best place to catch that sunrise is on the white sugar sands and dune grasses of Tawas Point State Park. The oft-photographed Tawas Point Lighthouse dates to 1876 and is the…
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Wall, SD: A Window on the Badlands

The town of Wall was founded at the end of the Chicago and North Western Railroad Line, taking its name from the broken buttes and coulees of the surrounding South Dakota badlands 50 miles east of Rapid City . The town improbably became famous when Ted and Dorothy Hustead bought the local drugstore during the…
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