As we drove further north, the topography starts to level out more, and the trees are more sparse. In the middle of nowhere, there is a functioning ferry that is open something like 12 hours per day. It’s odd to see fellow humans this far north.
After we crossed the river on the ferry, we stopped in at the tiny town of Fort McPherson. The town has a small population of First Nation people, and we saw lots of kids running around.
After a some time in town, we headed further north to Tsiigehtchic.