In the intervening years there has been a lot more growth, there were all kinds of ranches and resorts and things on the way before you actually come to the town. Within the town itself there has been some growth as well, but again, unfortunately, none of it designed to incorporate itself with the historic value of the original buildings....and those original buildings that had been preserved so nicely when we were last there, looked like nothing had been done to them since.
The setting of the town itself though, was as spectacular as ever! We headed immediately to the only RV park in town which happens to be right on the lake shore.
The above is a view, looking back towards the town from the RV park.
We're now back on Warm Bay road with another view of the scenery. Atlin Lake is a huge lake, only a small portion of it is visible from road ways. What looks like a mountain is actually a very large island within the lake itself.
When I was last here I had a blue-eyed blond Siberian Husky by the name of Shady Lady....this little stream that is the over flow from the warm springs, is full of watercress, and Shady munched her way all along the stream. My blue-eyed redhead has some interesting tastes, but watercress wasn't among them.