We just finished the long drive from Boise, Idaho to Skagway, Alaska! We’re off the bouncy, remote Alaska-Canada Highway, or “Alcan” for now. The Alcan starts in British Columbia and travels north through the Yukon Territory all the way to Alaska. It features endless seas of trees and huge mountains. About half of it is really boring and the other half very scenic. It’s easy to view animals up close without ever leaving the car. This has been one of my favorite parts of the drive. Here are some of the animals we’ve seen on the drive:

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Lisa Hackett

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Hi, I’m Lisa. I’m a tall, blonde superhero and I live in a van. I do it all. I rappel big waterfalls, drive from Idaho to Alaska solo, live and work in a van in the wilderness and dodge encounters with wolves and bears. Seriously. More

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About the Author

Hi, I’m Lisa. I’m a tall, blonde superhero and I live in a van and on a sailboat with my superhero husband, Brian. I do it all. I rappel big waterfalls, scuba dive with sharks, dodge encounters with bears and wolves, and work remotely as a full time computer programmer.
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Hi, I’m Vanifest. I’m a big, 4x4, off-the-grid van complete with solar panel for power. I'm a 2000 Dodge Ram Van and Lisa has had me since 2009. Read more about me here.


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