During the winter of 1897–1898 miners poured over the mountain passes and down to the frozen lakes of the upper Yukon River. Their next challenge was to build water transport to carry them down the Yukon to Dawson.
Thank god I had the materials to make this ship, Dawson city here we come!
The Klondike goldminers needed a place to stay near the gold sites, and so they found Dawson city instantly turning into a metropolis city,
Wow, look at all these people. Its busier here than in New York!
The actual digging for gold was very hard and time consuming but some miners eventually struck rich while others died penniless. In the end, the Yukon Gold rush lived a very short life as new gold rushes were discovered and others left to continue the search for gold.
YAHOO! I'm RICH!! Hehe, now for the journey back home.