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RE: Border

I want to update my last post. My friend has arrived and he told me the company he hired drove his rig and toad across border to him in Bellingham Washington. He said they waited for his call that he made it through customs. Then they drove across border and delivered the rig to him. over Two thousand dollars.
iguana07 10/05/21 10:04pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

My Canadian friend just shipped his RV I across border. He flew from Abetsford to Bellingham retrieved his RV and is headed to visit us, on his way to Florida for winter. Since the pandemic we will miss our second winter south of the border since 2003. No more RVing though we will be renting a house instead. Many of my friends have started doing the same.
iguana07 10/03/21 08:53am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexico's Highway Of Death

I’ve been saying this has been happening inMexico for years! Now people on this forum seem to have changed their opinion on Mexico travel. Don’t get me wrong I love Mexico and can’t wait to go back, but this kind of trouble has been going on for years. The biggest problem was that it was never broadcast over the media. Only when a tourist is involved did the news spread, but the crime on paisanos was seldom reported. So it didn’t seem so bad. Call me unlucky but I have been close to shootings, killings and amongst cartel members, so many instances , can’t remember them all. I should say call me lucky because we never got more than a few scares. IMHO the biggest threat for us tourist is getting from A to B and back, once at location much safer.
iguana07 08/09/21 10:18pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Itasca Horizon home style AC

Yes Basement air would be the correct terminology..when was last year that basement air was installed?
iguana07 07/28/21 12:20pm Tech Issues
Itasca Horizon home style AC

Looking at purchasing a 2007 Horizon with home type AC. Wondering the pros and cons. I know they blow air out the bottom of the coach, but are there any technical issues, like durability, maintenance, power to cool a 40 foot coach, does it interfere with access to engine? Would appreciate any feed back! Thank you
iguana07 07/28/21 12:07pm Tech Issues
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