Alaska HWY in the winter

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    Although this isn't an RV story, I thought that it might be of interest to some of you who have driven to Alaska.  Here is a link to a Halifax reporter's ongoing trip along the Alaska Highway.  At minus 50, it doesn't matter whether it is C or F they are almost the same at that point, and I can tell you from personal experience, it is bone chilling cold.  I wouldn't advise anyone trying it in their RV this time of the year.

http://thechronicleherald.ca/wheelsnews/508643-sprinter-to-alaska-day-1-edmonton-alb-to-fort-st-john-bc

Ed
 
Ed,

TOO cold. I just read that our old home town of Morrisville, VT is going to be -22 tonight. I remember when we didn't hit zero as a high for a week. I think I stay south for the winter!

ken
 
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