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RE: Happy Canada Day

Thank you Happy Canada Day to all ! ... Eric
PackerBacker 07/01/19 05:40am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Drones in Canada

Moved from RVing in Canada/Alaska Moderator
PackerBacker 06/09/19 06:40pm Around the Campfire
RE: Replacing Concertone Stereo

Moved to Tech Forum from RVing in Canada/Alaska forum. Moderator
PackerBacker 04/04/19 12:40pm Tech Issues
RE: US change spot rules for candians at border

They will often ask how you are employed and with whom. We have NEXUS cards, have been retired 11 years, cross a couple times a week and we still get asked occasionally.
PackerBacker 10/12/18 09:46am Snowbirds
RE: Coastal route South

We also use 17 a lot. It’s not a bad route but much slower than interstates due to traffic lights and lower speed limits. You can’t be in a hurry on it. :C You called it ‘coastal’ but personally I would not tag it that since most of it is inland without ocean views. If your intent was to be along the coast then 17 is not the one. Just my opinion
PackerBacker 10/04/18 06:08am Snowbirds
RE: AG inspections coming into US at hwy 97 (Oroville)

It’s not just west coast, here in NY state crossings they do the these checks all the time.
PackerBacker 09/12/18 02:15pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: What more is there to say?

As expected this thread has already gone political so it is being closed. Moderator
PackerBacker 09/06/18 06:10pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Bringing wine to Canada

per person Correct. We live on both sides of the border and cross two to three times per week. The Canadian Border Services website also clarifies the age for each person crossing alcohol. You don’t get to claim for alcohol for young kids as some have tried in the past :B
PackerBacker 07/28/18 02:40pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: how hard to find rv hauler?

That’s pretty cheap for towing. My buddy in Myrtle Beach had his 5th wheel towed from just outside Atlanta to Myrtle Beach two years ago for $800. When he was shopping for a hauler they all quoted based upon returning without a back-haul. It was essentially $2/mile. ... Eric
PackerBacker 07/28/18 11:22am Snowbirds
RE: how hard to find rv hauler?

You can always rent a truck and do it yourself. Enterprise Truck rentals now rent for towing. Probably a fraction of the cost of a hauling company.
PackerBacker 07/28/18 07:57am Snowbirds
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