Day 17 - A Mad Dash to Edmonton

Update #2: Justine created a map of the trip, so you can see the full extent of what we covered. It's crazy...

Over 7,700km over almost three weeks.

Update: For those that haven't seen the post from our trip to the Yukon, this is the final post, with one for each of the days of the trip having been posted along the way. You can go back and have a look at the rest of them, starting at the beginning. These initial posts were done with pictures from my phone, and I have a lot of photos on my other camera to go through and process, and that's going to take some time. I'll re-post each one as I get through them, starting from the beginning. 

The drive today was even worse than the drive yesterday, with the added benefit of a hard arrival time for our 5 pm flight. We may have left the margin of error a little too tight...

The drive was long and not very interesting, but we made it to the airport with about half an hour to spare. We had packed all our stuff the night before, so mom and dad were able to drop us off, and continue on their way.

Hard to believe that the trip was already over. It was a great trip - maybe a bit too rushed - and we saw lots of really great things. It was great spending some quality time with mom and dad, and the trailer made the cold weather not that big a deal. The Yukon and northern BC are spectacular, and we'll definitely go bad again soon.

 Our last night of the trip, and one last drink around the campfire.

Our last night of the trip, and one last drink around the campfire.

The trees at the campsite at Charlie Lake

There's not a lot to say about the drive across Alberta to Edmonton. The weather wasn't very pleasant, and the wasn't a lot to see.A

 A Waterlogue version of one of my photos from Charlie Lake, given that there wasn't much to see on the drive.

A Waterlogue version of one of my photos from Charlie Lake, given that there wasn't much to see on the drive.