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RE: Looking for RV Camps in Quebec and Ottawa

Try googling RV parks in the city, towns you are looking to stay or use http://www.rvparkreviews.com/
Flyboy320 02/02/18 09:09am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Trans Canada Hwy

The TCH runs from Newfoundland in the east to Vancouver Island in the west. From St Johns, Nfld to Tofino, BC. Approx 8000 km / 5000 miles. For whatever portion you plan on driving go on line to the Provincial Tourism site and ask for their literature to be sent to you. Have fun planning.............. then go out and enjoy. Make yourself VERY familiar with what you can and can`t bring into Canada.
Flyboy320 11/12/17 01:05pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Satellite reception

Do a search below in "RVing in Alaska & Canada "thread. Should be info in there. You can get Shaw in AZ but need to search info on the satellite and point the dish at the proper heading , azimuth and elevation for your location OR you can check out the settings from other Shaw users set up near you!!!Don`t tell Shaw you are using it out of Canada.
Flyboy320 10/26/17 07:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Travel health insurance for Canadian Snowbirds.

We have been using this company for 4 years. We are 60 and 67 this year. Buy a "top up" to my other coverage for when it expires after 40 days out of province. We bought 143 days , $5 million coverage each, $99 deductible, no medical issues, for around $1200 cdn for both. Never had any problems with the company.
Flyboy320 10/14/17 07:54am Snowbirds
RE: First winter in Yuma "Water quality"?

We use an inline filter at all times. The simple blue one that Hel-mart sells, nothing extravagant. + 1
Flyboy320 09/30/17 11:50am Snowbirds
RE: Palm Creek questions

Have wintered in Palm Creek for 10 years. Free cable TV is good. All major US carriers. Internet is good and reliable once you are set up. Any interruptions are quickly dealt with as there are Dish technicians on site. Any other questions just PM me.
Flyboy320 09/20/17 08:49am Snowbirds
RE: Moose Jaw or Regina

I recommend Moose Jaw. Prairie Oasis just up the road and a little further off the hiway may be a bit quieter. There is an interesting museum on Main St just south of the hiway...by the big Moose statue!! Casino downtown. "Tunnels of Moose Jaw" tourist thing is well worth the time and $$$. Google Tourism Moose Jaw for info on everything. Good restaurants in the downtown core.
Flyboy320 08/15/17 08:04am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: New road closure..

The traffic on the alternate route....through Golden was the worst ever!!!!! 2 hours between Golden and Field. Traffic stop and go both ways along Hwy #1
Flyboy320 08/02/17 08:08pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Road Closures BC

Planning our return to the lower 48. After a few days in Stewart/Hyder later this week, will be starting south. Anyone with inside scoop on road closures on 97 due to the wildfires and if so, suggestions on alternate. Ultimately heading for Portland, considering a few days in Vancouver but don't really want to deal with Seattle traffic. Thanks for any insight. As far as Seattle traffic...that whole I5 corridor is hard and Seattle-Tacoma is hardest. As a suggestion? try just holing up in maybe Bellingham Wa. for the day and along about 7pm, NOT a weekend tho...head down to south of Tacoma. Make it an adventure, not a punishment. Gary Haupt The Tulalip Casino in Marysville has a great buffet. RV parking behind the casino. Good place to hole up before striking off down I 5.
Flyboy320 07/31/17 12:59pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Plan to see Ice Fields Pkwy July 6-12, Whats it like Now.?

If you don't mind dry camping, Lake Louise has a dry overflow just south of town on west side of Hwy 1. There is a large parking area at the north end of the parking lot at the icefields visitor's center. Small charge self pay. Can use that to see the Athabasca glacier areas. Have stayed at both. Good suggestions for you to Dry Camp....
Flyboy320 06/30/17 06:06pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Edmonton to Osoyoos and Back - Advice welcome!

If I may suggest a route: Edmonton - Jasper - west on #16 then take # 5 south to Kamloops-#1 east To Salmon Arm- south to Osoyoos. Easy pull. Mostly flat . Out of Osoyoos #3 to Ft Mcleod then #2 home. Only pulls are out of Osoyoos and along #3 but you will be a "veteran" RVer by then!!!Lots of side trips along the entire route depending on your interests.
Flyboy320 06/16/17 09:44pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
British Columbia-Hiway # 1

http://www.drivebc.ca/#welcome Check out Drive BC website for the latest info. MAJOR EVENTS link. Road is closed west of Revelstoke. Traffic being held in Revelstoke and Golden. Alternate routes will be a zoo! Best to hunker down for a few days!!!!
Flyboy320 06/09/17 02:51pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: British Columbia Pin for Fuel Purchase Required?

Grants Law still in effect in BC. Pay before you pump.
Flyboy320 05/29/17 05:48pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: We crossed the Canadian border Wed. 24 May

Cape Cod wrote: Oh, and you spelled neighboring wrong. That's the way we spell it in Canada neighbour.......... Ya I know. I was just pulling your chain. My dad's side of the family were all K'beckers. You also say PRO cess and not PRAH cess and sh-edule and not sk-edule I guess that's how they taught you in sh-ool. :) :) :) Chain pulled and dually noted with smile on my face !!! LOL. Well them K`beckers are STILL learning !!! LOL ...tongue in cheek. Y`all have a good day now EH!
Flyboy320 05/28/17 03:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: We crossed the Canadian border Wed. 24 May

myredracer, quote... "I wish Americans would leave their firearms at home.You just don't need them here unless your going hunting or heading to Alaska". With that attitude, I hope that our military follows that concept when/if you "ever" need help!!!! Oh but the way..... You Canadians are many millions of dollars in arrears on your NATO dues!!! Seriously? You need to pull your head out of the sand. I find that insulting as my grandfather fought in the front line trenches in Europe in WWI, was gassed and almost didn't survive. My dad served in the navy and my mom in the army in WW2. My uncle was a captain on the supply ships to the UK and watched as U-boats sank some of them and he was under order to keep going even with sailors flailing and screaming in the water for help. They served in order to protect our way of life here in North America and to help other countries. Other Canadians on this forum likely have similar family stories. BTW, Canada also entered WWII 2 years ahead of the US. We are always there in full force when really needed. I could go on but better bite my tongue... This is really getting off track but am not going to leave a comment like that alone. X2............. My mum, dad and 6 uncles, 2 of whom were killed, served in WW 2. I served in RCAF for 21 yrs as a pilot. memtb your comments are offensive to me , my family and every Vet and current member of our Military.
Flyboy320 05/28/17 01:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: We crossed the Canadian border Wed. 24 May

Cape Cod wrote: Oh, and you spelled neighboring wrong. That's the way we spell it in Canada neighbour..........
Flyboy320 05/28/17 08:51am General RVing Issues
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