Yukon’s Amazing Landscapes

Untitled design-1Today I was getting a jumpstart on my new years resolution – to become more organized. So I took to my cluttered computer desktop and decided to sort and purge. After reluctantly deleting portfolios of wedding vendors (my wedding was 7 months ago!) and clearing my desktop from unneeded screenshots, documents and redundant folders, I felt a sense of accomplishment. And oh goodness, you wouldn’t believe the treasures I found! Josh and I have a ton of photos that I forgot we ever took.

So much of my afternoon was spent reliving the memories of years past, when we were vacationing in the north. And this lead me to realize that I have moved to one of the most jaw droppingly beautiful places on earth. I feel incredibly fortunate to have this virtually untouched northern wilderness as my backyard. 

The Yukon is my home now and it is kind of amazing. 

I have picked a few photos to share with you so you can see what I mean.




Northern Lights Photo courtesy of Joshua Weise – Taken at our RCMP detachment.

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Broken Yukon sign – entering the Yukon from Skagway Alaska.



Sunset on the Yukon River – Carmacks, Yukon.

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Emerald Lake, Yukon – one of my favourite places.


View from the top of the Dome – Dawson CIty, Yukon. This is right after Josh proposed to me.


View of Pelly River from the old Pelly Farm Road.

 These are only a few of my favourites  – I will share more landscape photos in posts to come.

And next week I will feature photos of wild animals that we have taken. Buffalos, moose and bears. Oh my!

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