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After visiting Hyder, Alaska, it took another day and a half to get back to Seattle. Another twenty something hours of driving. Luckily the views are gorgeous and Canada is more insane about their roadside culture than America is! And luckily Brian managed to crack us up the whole way by using his kazoo at opportune times. Wha wha. [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="full" ids="91396,91397,91398,91403,91404,91405,91406,91407,91408,91409,91410,91411,91412"]   [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="full" ids="92392,92391"]...

After a long road trip through British Columbia, we made it to our final destination: Hyder, Alaska. Hyder, "the friendliest ghost town in Alaska," is about a 20 hour drive from Seattle and is the only town in Alaska that's accessible by road from British Columbia. We made the long journey knowing very well that there were few things to do in Hyder, Alaska, and, really, that the only reason to go is to say you went. We were surprised, when we reached the border, that we didn't have to stop at customs to roll into the new town and new country...

Our road trip from Seattle to Hyder, Alaska lasted three days. It was about 20 hours of driving. Each way. Which was a long journey to get to a town that, basically, held nothing. But it was definitely worth it. There really is nothing to do in Hyder, Alaska. There are bears. There's a bar. There's a post office. But it's one of those places that you go to just to say you went. And you should totally go! Because it the long road to Hyder, Alaska, and what a long road it was, was pretty awesome. It took us an entire...