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dedmiston

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We crossed over into Ontario with our dogs a few times this fall. No big deal. We had their vaccination records as required, but they never asked for the papers. They asked a LOT about guns, but didn't care about our pups.

If I were in Glacier and wanted to see more, I would absolutely head north into Canada and then loop around to the east to return home.


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+another on taking the pup along and not missing some great scenery. Also watch out for what paperwork the US may require before they let your pup back into the country. I know, that doesn't make any sense, but in my many Canada excursions, I have found the US officials to often be much more an....'ahem' detail oriented than their Canadian counterparts.

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If you get to Oregon and are at all interested in aquariums you should see the Oregon Coast Aquarium in New Port, it's fantastic.; We stayed at Sea & Sand RV Park north of Depoe Bay while in that area. Bullards Beach State Park was another nice campground. If you do rustic The Dalles Campground just outside Mt Rainier National Park was decent but most sites are small such as for tenters and small trailers. We fit with our 27' but not a lot of sites that size. Regarding your dog, we had our 4 yr old 70# Golden Doodle with us on the 5 week trip and he was great but we also didn't go into Canada.





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A few years ago we traveled to California (stayed at a KOA in Crescent City, CA), saw the Redwoods, drove Hwy 101 up to Cannon Beach where we stayed at Cannon Beach RV Resort. The view of the Pacific is beautiful, there is Haystack Rock, and the beach is pet-friendly should you have dogs. Our little one loved it! We had great clam chowder at Moe's which is right on the beachside.
Nearby is Tillamook (where you can find every kind of cheese and ice cream)...and Cape Meares Lighthouse on a cliff overlooking a spectacular view of the ocean.
When we left, we went through Portland to Cascade Locks (stayed at another KOA)...and while there, drove the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Highway, with a number of waterfalls...and the most magnificent one...Multnomah Falls.
We were talking just the other day about making another trip to Cannon Beach.





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