Nova Scotia Beaches and Seacoast
Every day offers up a new adventure when you're exploring the nooks and crannies of Nova Scotia's 7,600 km (4759 miles) of seacoast. Plan your Nova Scotia b...
Sign Post Forest in the Yukon Territory in Canada displays thousands of signs from all over the world. What started out as a man from the US Army posting a sign because of homesickness, has now become a famous tourist attraction. At last count, there were over 30,000 signs at Sign Post Forest in the Yukon Territory in Canada and the numbers keep on growing. Sign Post Forest, Watson Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada, North Americasigns and more signs-Canada
The townsite of Tungsten is located at Cantung Mine in the Northwest Territories. It is accessible from Watson Lake, Yukon. Tungsten was built in 1961 and the tungsten mine went into operation in 1962 as a large open pit mine high in the Mackenzie Mountains. I never actually visited this townsite. Apparently the minesite was originally mined for copper. Somebody looking at old cores put a UV light on them and they lit up - sheelite, tungsten ore, so back they went.