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Posted: 09/27/20 06:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

From AK to the Lower 48 there have been different experiences. In the last 10 days 2 different families left Palmer for AZ. One got thru', the other was turned back. Ram truck pulling TT got thru', MH pulling toad was turned back. Who knows why ? A Sept article in the Anchorage newspaper on the Border closure Extension said CBC says they're allowing 5 crossings per day in the "Western States". Does that mean crossings going South from AK, or crossings heading to AK from the Lower 48. Who knows ? If you call and finally get a real person the CBC will tell you "it all depends". I think they are allowing the Border Agents to decide "as the situation dictates" from day to day. Good luck. We're staying in AK this winter for the 1st time since 2006. Hello snow shovel.

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jsummers72 wrote:

A Sept article in the Anchorage newspaper on the Border closure Extension said CBC says they're allowing 5 crossings per day in the "Western States".


It's allowing crossings at 5 border crossings, not 5 crossings per day.

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Our park in FL is more than 70% Canadian. They are the volunteers who put on the shows, organize the clubs, dinners, etc. First, many of them won't be there due to all the good information already provided here and second, even IF there are looser regulations in FL, I think we all believe in masking and social distancing and therefore no organized fun. We plan to go for our Jan Feb Mar and stay safe in our lawn chairs outside our camper rather than sitting in our lazy chairs behind snow-covered windows.


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They won't allow mexican residents (I am one) to transit the US. I asked.

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