It finally happened. In a road construction area, one of the coaches picked up a small window chip from gravel thrown by an approaching car. Fortunately, the campsite in Whitehorse keeps a windshield repair service on speed dial, (Glass Magnum) and it was taken care of without problem.
Whitehorse highlights included the old riverboat, the Klondike, that ran supplies up to Dawson City and gold down; the McBride Museum with artifacts from first people, war years, and the gold rush; and the full-sized DC-3 used as a wind vane, (and, yes. It really spins around) at the Air Museum. When we finished we headed for food at the Klondike Rib & Salmon for some unique food - game meats and fish from the area. As we were being seated, we happened to run into the same people with whom we had shared our campfire the night before, so they joined us for a great meal.