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RE: Whales?

Ditto on the tours out of Seward through Kenai Fjords National Park. Jay
RangerJay 05/18/16 02:56pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Days with out electric hook up?

..... I will have a generator along so I would never be without power but peace and quiet is appreciated by everyone. If your generator is one of the quiet inverter type generators then you won't have any issues in public campgrounds around noise although many will have rules around "generator hours". The year of our Alaska Road Trip we used public campgrounds quite a bit - I don't recall problems anywhere - but we did use our little Yamaha 1000 more than I might have anticipated - pretty much anywhere we spent more than 1 night - we have just a single battery and that furnace blower a killer ..... Jay
RangerJay 04/04/16 07:25am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Reservations???????

Only made one reservation on our Alaska trip - that was in Denali and we made it just a few days in advance - never had any problems. Have a great trip. Jay
RangerJay 01/21/16 05:25am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Sault Ste Marie area campgrounds

Generally the shoreline of Lake Superior is a lot cooler than locations further away from the lake - and on the days that it isn't a dip in it's cold waters instantly deals with any feelings you might have of being too warm ..... Jay
RangerJay 11/19/15 07:06am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Out of Country Travel Insurance - Travel to US

Your broker is probably a good source - but also check any insurance company where you might qualify for group coverage - i.e. past employment (you or your wife), credit cards, travel organizations (i.e. Snowbirds, CAA, Good Sam), retirement organizations (i.e. CARP) - and also ask those folks who regularly travel south for the winter - there must be lots of others who have faced this same issue. Jay
RangerJay 11/08/15 04:46pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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