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RE: Border closure extended

The Canadian Snowbirds Association appears to be a good source for info on the ongoing border closure. According to THIS RECENT POSTING "This means that travel for tourism purposes will not be permitted at any land border crossing until at least October 21, 2020, but we anticipate this closure may well extend into 2021."
VE3ESN 09/29/20 05:42am RVing in Canada and Alaska
Magnesium versus aluminum anode rods

I couldn't get a replacement magnesium anode rod for our 6 gallon Suburban water heater, and put in an aluminum one. However, we notice that there's a terrible sulfur smell that comes back several weeks after the tank has been thoroughly cleaned with vinegar. When we used magnesium, we didn't experience the sulfur smell, and am wondering if others have had that experience. I'm a bit confused, because some folks say that there's the sulfur smell when using a magnesium rod. When we look at the aluminum rod, its diameter has hardly changed, but there's always white crud on it. I recall that the magnesium rod deteriorated a lot faster, but isn't that a good thing? Thanks in advance for any help.
VE3ESN 09/03/20 09:54am Tech Issues
RE: Manitoulin Island - Ontario - Boondocking?

Thanks so much Fulltimewanabe! Great resources indeed.
VE3ESN 08/16/20 03:03pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: You can't make me

Wondering if the OP is one of those cited in THIS NEWS ITEM.
VE3ESN 08/16/20 11:15am Around the Campfire
RE: Manitoulin Island - Ontario - Boondocking?

Thanks JaxDad and Pianotuna for the useful information!
VE3ESN 08/16/20 11:02am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Manitoulin Island - Ontario - Boondocking?

Thanks Harley4275 for the link. Nothing on Manitoulin Island except one in Gore Bay, but it's closed until further notice, probably because of Covid-19. Pianotuna, thanks for the suggestion. Tobermory's lot is mentioned, but it's on the Bruce Peninsula. The ferry terminal at the south end of the island in South Baymouth isn't listed on any of the "free camping" sites. Lwiddis, we try to look for a sign that lists how long you can stay. We've seen some that say, for example, "Maximum Stay 72 hours".
VE3ESN 08/16/20 07:44am RVing in Canada and Alaska
Manitoulin Island - Ontario - Boondocking?

Just wondering if anyone has successfully boondocked on Manitoulin Island. Parking lots that have no signs prohibiting overnight, crown land, etc. Any suggestions would be welcome. Failing that, any advice on reasonably priced campgrounds would be certainly welcome, and thanks in advance.
VE3ESN 08/15/20 01:08pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Savannah, GA or lower SC along I-95

We've used Ft. McAllister State Park in Richmond Hill as it's much closer to I-95 than most of the other parks mentioned. The drive into the downtown area of Savannah was quite pleasant as I recall.
VE3ESN 07/30/20 08:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tracking US travelers

This story is getting a lot of media attention here in Canada. This news item from Canada's Global TV network is just one of many.
VE3ESN 07/30/20 08:05pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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