For the most part I’ve been camping out on this trip, but I decided to splurge when I arrived in Watson Lake and rented a room at the Air Force Lodge.
Originally built in 1942 as a barracks for pilots flying during WWII, the building has been refurbished, although many of the barracks-like amenities are still to be found.
The owner is a blast, and we spent quite a bit of time talking Rovers, VW’s and life in the North.
A great place to stay along the Alaska Highway, and actually one of the least expensive. Highly recommended.
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