After breakfast at Eldorado, Parks Canada had a guided tour through Dawson City that I joined, albeit a little late. I even had some time to check out Harringtons photo montage and the Wild and Woolly store opposite hotel. The group met at the hotel again for lunch at noon before heading off to see the Jack London cabin and Robert Frost cabin - both famed authors that help put the city on the worldwide map through their stories. I also hit up the Dawson City museum and railway museum while clicking some fantastic pictures. So glad I had my professional camera with me. As part of the DCMF, there was a concert at the gazebo that was fun. The cultural center helped understand a lot about the history and culture of the first nations. We drove out to a mushing presentation on the other side of the Yukon but got delayed due to rain and traffic at the ferry area for crossing over. We met Kyla for the presentation, saw all the dogs and learnt a lot about dogsledding. The place was swarming with mosquitoes so I guess my attire for the evening was not the best even though I was fully covered. We left for dinner right after at Klondike Kates where I had some charr tacos for the first time. It was a nice white fleshy tasting fish so I am glad I was intruded to it. Another thing I was introduced to was the Sourtoe cocktail at the Downtown Hotel. I will tell you that it is a process in and off itself. There is a huge queue for it and quote some pomp and show attached. You go choose your poison (read alcohol) and then stand inline for your turn. There’s the old man who reads out the rules and drops the toes into your drink. Yes it is a human toe and there have been many in circulation. Simply look-up sour toe cocktail on Google and you can read all the rosy details. Last I heard, some patron had mistakenly swallowed the toe, it is not meant to be swallowed, and so they are looking for toes to complete the cocktail. The do give you a much-cherished certificate as proof of your courageous act so that’s one you can show-off to friends. In the right ‘spirits; now for a cabaret show, we headed over to Gerties. Its a jolly old casino style place with machines and drinks and drunken people as a result but the cabaret show itself was not risqué at all. Very show dance types and that’s about it. Was certainly late into the night when I hit the bed but the light staying out so long in the Yukon makes you feel like you could party a little longer even though it might be well past the usual bedtime hour.