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Posted: 03/26/12 01:57pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Orion wrote:

Is this forum haunted? I was just looking at Sue's picture below that she posted on March 14, but it is dated March 26 and the time , 11.45 is excactly when I looked at it! Or do they just have the wrong date & time on it!


kind of freaky is'nt it. that is is a live link come back later and it will be different again.

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Oh Yea! I didn't know you could do that. I guess I don't know everything after all.


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From all I am reading. We are scheduled to be at our work site NLT May 12, for introduction. We are hosting a camp ground at Ninilchik, guess if I leave Portland,OR on the last weekend of April , we'll have plenty of time and best fill the water tank when able.
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There are RVs moving northward already. All kinds. Each day we see several going by. Some boondocked in the rest areas. All with smiles on their faces! :-)


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Orion wrote:

Is this forum haunted? I was just looking at Sue's picture below that she posted on March 14, but it is dated March 26 and the time , 11.45 is excactly when I looked at it! Or do they just have the wrong date & time on it!


That's a live webcam image, so shows the current image/time.


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Wonder if that is where the term, "live" web cam originated? LOL We all know that sue can do magic, with her photos, so this may just be another example of her work.
Strange things done, in the land of the midnight sun kind of stuff.

Should be fine traveling weather for an early trip north with a RV, current Whitehorse temperature given as 27°F and sunny. Thursday is forecast for 39°F with 41°F on Friday with snow showers in Whitehorse both days. Anchorage is 21°F today, with a forecast of 39° for Wed through Friday with snow showers. The way spring appears to be arriving, it should make for a good trip for the early RV travelers to Alaska and Northern Canada.

* This post was edited 03/26/12 02:29pm by joe b. *


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We had snow in the Kootenays again last night and they are calling for it off and on all week. Was snowmobiling on the weekend and saw a lot of snow birds coming back north for the summer.

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