After leaving Deadhorse we spent two days on the Dalton Highway to arrive in Fairbanks. Many thanks again from us for the DOT stations for charging us on the way down. In Fairbanks we then went back to our first Flo charger again. Shortly after Fairbanks there is a town called North Pole famous for it’s Christmas house with reindeer and a giant Santa Claus. We were there alongside other visitors taking photos of the attraction. Driving more southeast towards the Canadian border we passed through Delta Junction another EV stop. Delta Junction has a thermometer with record temperatures as low as -73F seen on one of the museums. A little further there is a town called Tok where Stretch runs a bus company where he is know for having an electric school bus barn. He has a 22 kw charger where he allows some EV tourist on the Alaska Highway to charge with permission. Overnight we crossed the border from Alaska into Canada with mixed feelings because of how well we handled the drive in Deadhorse with an EV. We are now moving through Canada as this is our next part of the journey south. Beaver Creek has a new 22 kw charging station and we are the first ones to use it. We then came to Burwash Landing an old airfield where there was another 22 kw charger where again we were the first to use it as it has just been placed there. Thank you Eion with the Yukon government for the help. We arrived in Haines Junction where the Canadian Highway goes down to Juean0 and we stopped here again for charging at a 50 kw Flo charger. Our route continues further southeast towards Whitehorse where we made a short stop.