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RE: Winter sets in

The reason for snow, ice, below zero temps, and long winters is so the residents can have some peace and quiet away from the tourists.Aw, come-on. When I took my first trip north, I expected to see hordes of tourists, but was very surprised. Well over half the people we met at RV parks, sightseeing locations or along the roads WERE ALASKANS. When I'd ask them about it, they told me they'd been cooped up all that long cold, dark winter and it was time to get out and enjoy their beautiful state. Eight additional year's trips up there and I continue to see the same thing. We worked an entire summer in an RV Park in Alaska. I think we have a pretty good understanding of the area. Sounds like you misunderstood something meant as "tongue in cheek" Lighten up. Life is too short to be offended so easily.
HollardawgUSMC 12/27/19 04:34pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Winter sets in

The reason for snow, ice, below zero temps, and long winters is so the residents can have some peace and quiet away from the tourists.
HollardawgUSMC 12/26/19 11:00am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Canadian Maritimes Provinces

Great responses!! Thank you for all of your input. Lots of great information. I have heard from friends that the Maritime Provinces are as good, or even better, than than our previous 2 trips to Alaska. They must be really be awesome.
HollardawgUSMC 11/25/19 06:31pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Canadian Maritimes Provinces

Any advice about traveling in the Canadian Maritimes? Such as places to visit, places to stay, or not. Best time of the year to be there. Any advice will be appreciated.
HollardawgUSMC 11/24/19 03:24pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Is 70 the age to stop towing

72 ,got a 10,000 mile trip planed to Alaska next June. Not an issue for me. Absolutely not. We are both in our mid 70's and going strong. Alaska is not a trip to be afraid of.
HollardawgUSMC 11/07/19 06:45pm General RVing Issues
RE: Winter RV'ing in Northern NWT/Yukon

Have you ever considered putting in a small wood burning stove for heat and cooking? Wood is a very plentiful up there. Just a thought.
HollardawgUSMC 10/20/19 09:55pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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