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RE: Booster Jabs?

Some provinces in Canada are giving boosters to seniors. I think Sonora is also doing boosters. We are getting our shots before we head south.
moisheh 10/18/21 08:08pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Using Resources-the many members who live here full time

Bill. Most towns and cities have free standing labs. You do not need a Dr. Just walk in and they will do your test. We travelled from Sonora all the way to Chiapis and my friend had to have his blood tested every week. Never had a problem. Do not worry about your Spanish. They will soon figure out what you want .
moisheh 10/18/21 03:44pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travel insurance for Canadians

Especially with Manulife.
moisheh 10/17/21 05:59pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mask use in Mexico Right Now-It's IMPORTANT!

When cold and flu season arrives Mexicans mask up. Much like in Asian countries.
moisheh 10/17/21 03:31pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mask use in Mexico Right Now-It's IMPORTANT!

R. Elliot is in the minority not only here but in Mexico. When cold and flu season arrives Mexicans mask up. Much like in Asian countries. Anti maskers is an American thing.
moisheh 10/17/21 02:40pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Travel insurance for Canadians

Be aware that most travel policies have a clause for coverage in certain parts of Mexico. If the Canadian Government has issued a do not travel for an area you may not have coverage. This restriction is not due to Covid. Some insurers will give you coverage if your claim is not cartel,etc related Others do not provide ANY coverage in that area. As an example the state of Sinaloa is a do not travel area except for the city of Mazatlan. So if your park is outside city limits you could be without coverage.
moisheh 10/16/21 09:39am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mask use in Mexico Right Now-It's IMPORTANT!

Great advice. Anti maskers should stay home. Nice to read that masks are required!!
moisheh 10/15/21 08:17pm RVing in Mexico and South America
CH-CH-CH changes ( with apologies to David Bowie)

For those heading South this November be prepared for many changes. USAUSA since many have not been to the USA for 18 months some things are different. There are a lot more trucks on the road so the truck stops are busier. Parking there overnight is never one of my recommendations. You will find many of the truck stops fill up by 4 pm. The truckers do not appreciate you taking the spaces. Some do have room on the car side. Even rest areas fill up quickly. Some of your favorite Wal Marts no longer allow RV's or semis. Some have even built entrances with an overhead barrier. Shopping can be a hit or miss. Many common items are in short supply. Especially meat and paper products. I notice many shelves with product spread out so that the shelf appears full. Stores have stopped carrying a large variety of one category. Some products are just not available.If your vehicle has questionable tires buy new ones before you leave. Many sizes are not available. Truckers are reporting that some oil filters are not available. If you trip involves a stay in an RV park phone ahead. RV sales are at an all time high and many parks are full of semi- permanents.If you normally leave around Canadian thanksgiving be aware that most dump stations will not have water due to freezing. MexicoMexico Playaboy, Tallyho, Navegator and QTLA can provide more info on shortages. Many roads are in bad shape after the storms. The economy is not great and that always invites more petty thefts. If there are some families in Mexico that you help please be generous. They need your help. Inflation is no different than anywhere else so be prepared for some price shock. So far it appears that fuel is less than in Canada. I have not heard of shortages but that could change quickly. AMLO is not allowing the importation of US fuel. I don't know if that includes Diesel and Premium. Mexico does not produce Premium or ULSD.
moisheh 10/15/21 10:54am RVing in Mexico and South America
The Big Day is announced

The border will open November 8 !!!!!
moisheh 10/15/21 07:22am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

Almot. Pm is fine
moisheh 10/13/21 06:59pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

Almot. Skymed will take you to your home city. There is at least one other that does the same. Cima does not charge US prices. I have had 4 procedures at Cima. Some were 40% of US prices and others were about 50 %. Still expensive but worth every penny. If you have Lewis and Lewis auto insurance they will fly you to BC. If you test positive with no symptoms no hospital is needed.
moisheh 10/12/21 07:54pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

I looked but could not find that article. Nothing that Mayokas says surprises me.
moisheh 10/12/21 04:07pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

We can get covid coverage. But even without it would just go to Cima. We have both used that hospital. It is amazing. The Heart section is considered the best in Latin America. The doctors are first class and the facility is better than anything in Manitoba. At any rate I cannot drive the mh to BC in the winter. If the Border does not open I will ship my truck to Minneapolis and fly there. This sucks but is all I can do.
moisheh 10/11/21 07:14pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

Almot. Did you speak with biduy? I have a quote of $890 for 42 ft. Mh and truck toad. Flight is $80 per person. I do not think it is a 3 passenger unit. The testing problems at the Canadian side has nothing to do with any of us going South Many of your BC residents are quite pleased with Bidbuy and are using them for the second time. Same for Quebecers. Never believe what you read on Facebook . But I am sure that many Americans are having problems getting their ducks in a row. Canada should accept the rapid test. The 3 day window for the pcr test makes the crossing difficult. Maybe the reason for keeping the US border closed is because Jupiter is not aligned with Mars.
moisheh 10/11/21 06:35am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

"End Of U.S. Travel Ban Hits Complications–Might It Be Delayed?" https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexledsom/2021/10/10/end-of-us-travel-ban-hits-complicationsmight-it-be-delayed/amp/ Although the above is about flights it probably applies to land borders. Not looking good. At this rate it might never open.
moisheh 10/10/21 11:01am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

Maybe we should be thinking out of the box. How about going by the sea? San Diego to Ensenada is 60 nautical miles. Disney has a 2 day cruise. There is no shuttle and I think only a cruise is acceptable. American flies from HMO to PHX. So near and yet so far.
moisheh 10/10/21 06:25am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

Border communities like Nogales az suffer. Even the merchants in Tucson rely on Mexican customers. No one in the US is safer with the border closed.
moisheh 10/08/21 06:49pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Chains in BC

295/80Ă—22.5 would be hard to find. I would not leave them on as they are noisy. Expensive changeover. Could probably put the mh on a Landoll to get through the mountains for less $$.
moisheh 10/08/21 03:32pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Border

Silver. I am convinced you have a Doctorate in statistics. I love those posts! As for Canadian highways we are not known as road builders. We can skin a moose, trap a beaver and make great Poutine but forget about making decent highways.
moisheh 10/08/21 12:31pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border

It is a shame that politicians do not realize how much Canada and the USA are intertwined. I do not remember the exact figures but something like 65% of Canada's population live within 65 miles of the US border. Citizens of both countries shop across the border. Some small communities in Minnesota are about 100 miles from a US Hospital. But they can go to a Canadian hospital only 20 miles away and Canada accepts their Insurance. The reverse is also true. Canada pays for their medical care in the USA. Canadian sports teams, both amateur and semi pro, often play in a USA league. High school teams often have tournaments with teams from both countries. Churches hold conferences with representation from both countries. Farmers often have land in both countries. We used to Drag Race in Fargo and the racers in North Dakota and Northern MN. came to Winnipeg when we had a nice NHRA facility. Then there are families where the spouses are from the other country. All of the above creates problems when the border is closed for this length of time. It is almost cruel. In addition many of these border towns cannot survive without the tourist revenue from the other country. Billions are being lost. Most of these businesses are just ma and pa outfits. Many are closed and will never reopen. Horrible siuation that could be fixed in a few minutes!
moisheh 10/08/21 10:09am RVing in Mexico and South America
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