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garyhaupt

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Posted: 06/09/20 07:04pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

https://www.google.com/search?client=fir........fox-b-d&q=borderr+closure+to+end+of+July


I have a Blog..about stuff, some of which is RV'ing.

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Thanks Gary. This fall could be interesting for us snowbirds. Even if the border opens Canada will have to lift the travel advisory before insurance companies start issuing travel policies again. If you see anything else interesting keep us updated.

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Posted: 06/09/20 09:49pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

MORSNOW wrote:

MDKMDK wrote:

The linked article suggests on May 19 it was extended to June 21.
Where is the July 31 part? I don't see it.


That is correct, the Canadian Govt will readdress on 21 June, the US Govt will on 22 June (why the day apart I'll never know). I'm stuck up here in Alaska and have been keeping an eye on the reopening date to get into Canada and then back into the US.


What Gary said - pretty sure you can transit to and from AK to the lower 48. Extended visiting in Canada will be discouraged.

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From the Ottawa Citizen....

https://ottawacitizen.com/news/national/clean-rollover-canada-u-s-set-to-extend-border-closure-to-late-july/wcm/a83a4e94-17c7-41fc-92b4-2683ee29a7cd/

Also..what Gary and noteven said.

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MDKMDK wrote:

If Air Canada and other cross border toruism businesses are to have a fighting chance at survival, they better get it open sonner than later.

Yeah, a lot of summer tourist locals in places like PEI will be closing for good with all the current closures in place.


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We have decided to just travel-in-province. We'll take the month of October and wander BC. I would guess too, that we won't be going south this coming winter.

I wonder what Winnipeg is like.in January and February, from the inside of an RV. Lots of tourist highlights I bet, and no crowds. No bugs, either.


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garyhaupt wrote:

We have decided to just travel-in-province. We'll take the month of October and wander BC. I would guess too, that we won't be going south this coming winter.

I wonder what Winnipeg is like.in January and February, from the inside of an RV. Lots of tourist highlights I bet, and no crowds. No bugs, either.
Gary


Inside the RV it's nice outside the RV dam cold. [emoticon]

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Boon Docker wrote:

garyhaupt wrote:

We have decided to just travel-in-province. We'll take the month of October and wander BC. I would guess too, that we won't be going south this coming winter.

I wonder what Winnipeg is like.in January and February, from the inside of an RV. Lots of tourist highlights I bet, and no crowds. No bugs, either.
Gary


Inside the RV it's nice outside the RV dam cold. [emoticon]


Inside the rv the heater is running 24/7 just to keep the tanks from freezing....

Dam cold doesn't cover the outside

Born and raised there and loving winters in the Okanagan now [emoticon]


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gmckenzie wrote:

Boon Docker wrote:

garyhaupt wrote:

We have decided to just travel-in-province. We'll take the month of October and wander BC. I would guess too, that we won't be going south this coming winter.

I wonder what Winnipeg is like.in January and February, from the inside of an RV. Lots of tourist highlights I bet, and no crowds. No bugs, either.
Gary


Inside the RV it's nice outside the RV dam cold. [emoticon]


Inside the rv the heater is running 24/7 just to keep the tanks from freezing....

Dam cold doesn't cover the outside

Born and raised there and loving winters in the Okanagan now [emoticon]


Which part of the valley.

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Reisender wrote:

gmckenzie wrote:

Boon Docker wrote:

garyhaupt wrote:

We have decided to just travel-in-province. We'll take the month of October and wander BC. I would guess too, that we won't be going south this coming winter.

I wonder what Winnipeg is like.in January and February, from the inside of an RV. Lots of tourist highlights I bet, and no crowds. No bugs, either.
Gary


Inside the RV it's nice outside the RV dam cold. [emoticon]


Inside the rv the heater is running 24/7 just to keep the tanks from freezing....

Dam cold doesn't cover the outside

Born and raised there and loving winters in the Okanagan now [emoticon]


Which part of the valley.


Kelowna. Much warmer than Winnipeg in the winter and way less bugs in the summer. Plus I'm not even retired yet (unlike 80% of the people living here)

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