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RE: Sault Ste Marie

Took this off RV Park Reviews website http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/ontario/sault-ste-marie Never stayed or ate in the area...just passed thru.......
Flyboy320 01/16/16 04:18pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Central/northern/eastern canada

Pick a town...use RV Park Reviews.. http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/ontario
Flyboy320 12/29/15 04:50pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Pickleball

Palm Creek...hands down the best with 32 courts. Large, active Pickleball Club. Just co-hosted Nationals. Has an in-house tournament in early Feb 2016 and a Tier 2 tournament in early March 2016. Play at all levels and age groups. Instruction, seminars, paddle sales.....we got it all. Come on over and check us out.............
Flyboy320 12/13/15 08:39pm Snowbirds
RE: Attn Canadian snowbirds

If you are playing by the rules and not trying to screw the system......not a problem! I'm sorry but snowbirds are not screwing the system, it is the other way around. So as a retired Canadian by birth who may prefer to reside outside Canada more than 180 days annually I do not understand why Ontario puts my medical coverage in jeopardy. I do not contribute less to either the Canadian Government or the Ontario Government as I still pay my income and municipal taxes. I pay for out of country medical insurance to cover my time out of the country, so I am actually less of a liability to the Ontario health costs. Yet, there is a complex calculation allowing them to discontinue my coverage, which I paid for since my early twenties and continue to pay for now. Who is screwing who to cut costs Very well put!!! I re-read the article and take this away " A summer 2014 memo, recently released under the Access to Information Act, says savings can be expected through “preventing abuse and eligibility fraud” with respect to the employment insurance, old age security and child tax benefit programs by ensuring Canadian residency requirements are fulfilled." They are looking at EI and child benefit laws which do not pertain to "Snowbirds" so , in my opinion the title of this thread may be a bit misleading. The 183 day thing is a pain in the butt as I too would spend more time out of Canada if in was legal. Until the laws change, we are limited to the 183 days or so. What the Ontario gov`t does to your medical coverage happens in most if not all provinces. I too pay taxes in Canada.....I agree Snowbirds are less of a burden on our medical system. The law is what it is , like it or not.If I want to spend time out of Canada then I`m willing to pay the additional cost of medical coverage to do so. Just part of living the life.
Flyboy320 10/28/15 12:37pm Snowbirds
RE: Attn Canadian snowbirds

If you are playing by the rules and not trying to screw the system......not a problem!
Flyboy320 10/27/15 09:01pm Snowbirds
RE: We are moving

Congrats Gary.
Flyboy320 10/22/15 11:04am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: First time heading south

We winter in Casa Grande at Palm Creek Golf & RV Resort. Check it out. Lots of in park activities....Golf, Pickleball (32 courts), wood working, quilting....and much much more.Great golfing in the area. 60 min to downtown Phoenix.75 min to Tucson. Less wind that Yuma...so I`ve been told. Have made this our winter home for the last 8 years.
Flyboy320 09/28/15 01:04pm Snowbirds
RE: Rock Creek Campground Fire

Use the .....DriveBC website for the latest road info.
Flyboy320 08/14/15 05:45pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Should I exchange $$$$ to Canadian $$$$ Before.

Thanks.... We also use Wal-Mart as a bank while on the road.... We will for sure get some Canadian $$$$$ there...... I'll need for toll booths anyway from what I understand... What Canadian routes are you taking that are toll? Better, non toll roads, are probably available.
Flyboy320 08/11/15 08:45am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Detroit to Niagara Falls via Canada, what to expect?

Check with CBS but that document from your wife re the kids may have to be notarized by a Notary Public/ Lawyer/legal beagle. Just a thought. May or not be an issue but worth checking into....... When our daughter visits us in Arizona with our grandsons in the winter, she has a notarized letter stating our son in law is aware of the trip. She has been asked every time for the letter by both US and Canadian authorities.
Flyboy320 06/08/15 09:34pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Ammo OK?

Everything I've heard points at them being extra paranoid about guns. We ARE NOT paranoid about guns. OUR LAWS for OUR COUNTRY and for all who visit. Your laws for your country...which I obey when in the USA.
Flyboy320 05/17/15 05:44pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: From Belleville Ontario to Sarnia -

We stayed at a KOA 1 nite on the east side of London. Easy off/easy on 401. Hiway noise but not a big deal......
Flyboy320 05/04/15 04:01pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Bellingham WA to Reno

1-5 south to mt shasta 89 , 44 to susanville and 395 to reno with overnight at 7 feather casino / rv park in canyonville DITTO this route.89/44/395 good road. No real traffic til near Reno. Enjoyed the drive very much.
Flyboy320 04/01/15 05:59pm Roads and Routes
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