My first fuel stop was in Canmore, Alberta -a beautiful little city just outside Banff National Park- and it was there that I noticed that the cover for the propane tanks had blown off somewhere enroute and my bottles were hanging out there for all the world to see.
I believe I'll invest in one of those hard plastic (fiberglass?) ones and certainly make sure that they feature some good way of being secured. No big deal though.
And on I went.
What really surprised me was the Dometic, three-way fridge. The last camper I had that had one of these was a Sunlite truck camper and I remember that on battery power you could only store non-perishable items in the fridge.
This one, on a long day's drive, will freeze everything in there on anything but the lowest setting.
Performance on propane is a bit anemic, but adequate.
The fridge has a latch at the top of the door for travelling. Be sure to use it.
By now, I've travelled from Banff to Jasper, west on the Yellowhead Highway to Highway 37 in British Colombia and headed up that. No real issues. The T10 sets up every bit as easily as my A-lite did. That time of year in the mountains, I'm not bothering with the furnace or the A/C. Everything else seems to be working fine.
Highway 37 by the way, boasts some of the most beautiful scenery you could imagine. The road is well maintained and even the gravel stretches feel like smooth pavement. From Dease Lake north, it's a bit bumpier but still quite driveable.
From there, it's west on the Alaska Highway (you pick it up just west of Watson Lake in the Yukon) to Whitehorse -capitol of the Yukon and another very nice little city. If you need something, you can most likely pick it up there.
Now you can either carry on west to Alaska, or take the Klondike Highway up towards Dawson City.
I did the latter.
Both these highways, by the way, are in good shape and offer no difficulties (having said that, I can also attest to how amazingly far a Jeep Wrangler will go with the fuel warning light on -fuel as you would vote: early and often
25 miles east of Dawson City, you reach mile zero of the Dempster Highway.
There's a service station there. Use it. Really.