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RE: Bringing a dog into Canada

Same here, I have the shot records but have not been asked to see them just asked if they are current. Never asked for a health certificate at all. It has been smooth sailing through customs on all of our trips, going both ways.
brinasmemaw 02/04/14 01:07am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: FLY TO ALASKA--RENT RV

If you decide to fly up & rent a rv I'd recommend Great Alaskan Holidays but you will need to make reservations soon, they tend to book up quickly from year to year. We flew up & rented for a month long trip (yes it was expensive but was to be "the trip of a lifetime") and it was TERRIFIC. That was in 2001. We came again & rented for 2 weeks in 2002. Then every other summer, beginning 2004 we drove up. Last year (2012) we decided we loved it enough & decided to build a seasonal cabin. As I said, yes it is expensive but it is a great way to see Alaska within the 4-5 weeks you have planned. Good luck with your decision to make the trip. You won't regret it!
brinasmemaw 12/03/13 12:47am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: What are best Food Joints in Texas?

If you are traveling I35, going through Hillsboro Texas a great place not too far off your path is Texas Great Country Café. It is located at the intersection of Hwy 22 (Bosque St) & Hwy 933 (Colorado St) in Whitney Texas, which is about 12 miles west of the interstate. The address is 903 S Bosque. They only have a small sign so watch for it on the southwest corner. From the outside the place looks very small so if the parking lot has a lot of cars in it don't let that scare you off, it is bigger than it looks. They have excellent home cooked meals with a huge menu to choose from and a variety of homemade pies & other desserts. I highly recommend this place for any meal if you are in the area. They are open from 6am-9pm. We ate at this place numerous times when we had to be in that area on business. Check it out.
brinasmemaw 12/03/13 12:36am Snowbirds
RE: Fishing on the Kenai

Texas Roadrunner, we are currently in Soldotna & it appears the reds are coming into the Kenai River. There were a few being caught when we drove through Swiftwater Campground while ago.
brinasmemaw 07/16/13 12:21am RVing in Canada and Alaska
Fuel at Border City

Just some information for those of you that usually fuel (diesel) up at Border City to get cheaper fuel than in Tok. This is no longer the case. There are new owners at Border City now & the fuel today was $4.89 vs $4.57 in Tok. We are in Palmer tonight & fuel here is $4.27. We will go on to Anchorage tomorrow & I'm sure it will be even less there. As I said, just some info for those of you on the way up so you can spend your money on something more fun than diesel. :) Safe travels.
brinasmemaw 05/16/13 01:40am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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