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  1. Maine is beautiful, fun, vast, expansive, breath taking, we see it from a different perspective Off-Road! We take a great trail from JonesPort towards Lubec and Quoddy Head State Park in Maine. We also get very close to the Canadian border, but someone has forgotten his passport! We explain why we love Canada and go for a great hike with amazing views! ***Feel free to subscribe and hit that like button!***
  2. We have 4 rigs headed for Alaska this year. We have been there twice in our RV (2009 & 2017). We are leading 3 other rigs for their first time. Plan on leaving So. Cal. in late April, entering Canada in late May and Alaska in late June. We love to meet other RVer's and share experiences and travel plans. We hope to post our travels here as we progress, looking forward to meeting other Alaska travelers this year.
  3. Hello, My puppy and I be going to the Canadian Rockies this Summer. I already have my passport. I have all the proof of vaccinations for my pup but I think they all need to be within 6 months of when you visit Canada? I want to visit Waterton, Banff and Jasper National Parks and/or any other areas that offer great hiking This year, it will be around Jan. 9th for Jasper National Park, and Jan. 10th for Banff National Park so I need to make reservations soon! Looking for suggestions for camping and any other advise for visiting Canada Thanks! Joan & Miss Emme Lu Who Facebook: Apackof2 for the Rd. "All who wander are not lost
  4. Any tips for gun storage spots near Blaine, etc? Thanks!
  5. Does anyone know if there is a guide to British Columbia's mountain roads, similar to the Mountain Directory West guide for the U.S.? We plan to some exploring in BC on our way to Alaska. Thanks!
  6. Hi there... I’m new to the discussion forum and to full time RVing. Loving both... My hubby and I are both musicians. I am in search of a job that I can do on the road. I know that Canadians can’t be work campers in the US, but have you come across anything similar in Canada? Any leads to online work that Canadians can do would be appreciated.
  7. We crossed into Canada Sunday at Port Huron with the Volvo and fiver. The border agent pulled us into an area and told us to back up to a building with a loading dock. We were detained 4-1/2 hours while they searched everything - including the porta-potty in the Volvo and the sewer hose in the fiver. Slides were pulled out. Every bag and box was opened. A dog was brought in to sniff around. They were looking for a gun which I did not have. They found nothing that was prohibited. The border agent made some very nasty remarks about Americans. We were not allowed to have our cell phones while waiting. When we finally got to our campsite 75 miles from the border I discovered the wiring for the driver side faring lights was jerked out and broken - all they needed to do was pull a plug in the wiring on the Volvo but they did not know or ask. Several wires behind the TV were pulled out and the external hard drive for the Dish receiver was pulled off its secure mounting allowing it to fall to the floor in transit. The DW had a Mickey Mouse statue she values broken. After the search they left most of our stuff scattered across the parking lot and just walked off. What I don't get is that they did not open the hood and look in the engine compartment. IMHO that would have been a prime location to hide something, like inside the air filter canister or behind a headlight opening. It really ruined our visit to Canada. I am filing a formal complaint for both our treatment and the damage to our vehicle and possessions though I doubt it will do any good. The crossing back into the USA when we entered Maine today was a piece of cake. A couple of questions, a look at our passports and then "Welcome back to the USA".
  8. We will be traveling with our dog from Montana up to Red Deer, Alberta, Canada to see family. Any one have any suggestions, pointers, things to know, about? Your expereinces etc when crossing into and out of Canada.
  9. Hi Folks, In July, we plan to head from Ohio into Canada around Montreal/Toronto. Can anyone offer any insight to good hiking & camping in that area. We would like to stay about a month. Thanks.
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