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May 14, 2007 - Our Alaskan adventure has begun!!!

We're on our way! We left Bellingham this morning at 10:10 without getting any proof of insurance - we figured if it was going to be a problem, we would just turn around at Sumas and head back to the Bellingham RV Park to wait for the Insurance Co. to mail the proof to us. The road to Sumas was very good. We had been told by one our our fellow RV'ers to fill up with gas at the last gas station on the right in Sumas before the Canadian border post - which we did, it was $3.39 a gallon there and $3.54 at all the others. Whilst Tony was...

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Aug 27, 2005 - Hope, British Columbia (Canada)

Hope, British Colombia (Canada) 27 augustus Na de afgelopen dagen volop genoten te hebben van de Canadian Rockies, werd het vandaag weer tijd om dit gebied te verlaten. Onze volgende hoofdbestemming was Vancouver, maar omdat dat best een eind rijden is, doen we dat in twee dagen. De rit van vandaag was ook weer schitterend. We reden nog door drie andere national parks, midden door de rockies. In het Canadese Glacier National Park hebben we nog een kleine wandeling gemaakt en vervolgens bij de picknick area lekker ons potje gekookt. We...

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Jun 27, 2005 - Mission to Hope - 85km

Rain...rain...RAIN. We awoke this morning at 6.15 to the sounds of rain drops tapping our tent fly...which was a bummer since we had fallen asleep to that same sound. It was raining quite hard out there. We put on our Versace rain ponchos (bought at the ever reliable 3 Vets!) and headed outside for some mushy oatmeal with raisins in it. The warm cereal was actually quite nice considering it was damn cold and wet. We took the tent down and stored it like a big wet burrito, and front crawled out of camp around 8.00 am. We rode with a few...

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Jun 6, 2005 - We Made It !

We arrived....this is Canada! Border crossings from the northern states into Canada are usually busy, crowded, and sometimes a pain in the ____ ...well you know. We had Sam's papers ready (something in all the trips we have made they never ask for); I had my birth certificate, and our new passports. Remember you cannot come back into the States without a passport now. And remember that Alaska IS part of the United States.....hehehe People do forget that, some people think Alaska is only a territory. In fact when we lived there, we have...

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