The Forest with More Than 70,000 Signs Watson Lake, which is a gateway to the Yukon for travellers driving north from British Columbia, is home to a forest that has about 72,000 signposts. This all started in 1942 during the building of the Alaska Highway, with a U.S. Army G.I. who posted a sign to his hometown, and the mileage. It became a tradition for travellers. You can hang a sign yourself, and while you’re there you can also visit the Northern Lights Space and Science Centre.
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