Would leave Alaska today and re-enter the Canadian Yukon Territories. We'd go back into Alaska twice more on this trip as we headed south so the passports were kept handy. It certainly was easier to enter Canada than the US. The US always asked more questions and took more time to check computer records. That's actually a good thing.
Stopped in Beaver Creek, YT for gas and a quick lunch after crossing the border. Road thru this area is the worse of the Alaska Highway with frost heaves that would bounce your butt off the bike seat. Frost heaves were both longitudinal and transverse and frequently both. Trip past Destruction Bay was uneventful compared to 2006 when I saw a grizzly with cubs in the ditch and broke my windshield due to high winds. Day was actually dry and enjoyable; you just had to take your time with the road conditions. Several long construction zones always kept Tammy alert.