About noon, we headed back to port where another excursion took us along the eastern side of White Pass aboard a narrow-gauge train route by the name of White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad built over 100 years ago.
Upon reaching Fraser, B.C., we boarded a motor coach for the journey down the west side of White Pass Canyon to an historic gold rush trail camp called "Liarsville". Here, John and the grandkids tried their luck at panning for gold to help pay for the trip. Alas, thank goodness for credit cards!
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