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nedmtnman
post May 5 2013, 11:04 AM
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We are planning on entering Canada at Thunder bay area and traveling along the North coast of Lake Superior to Sault Ste. Marie and then over to Peterboro area to visit Winter Texan friends. This will probably be in early June. Any problems with spending the night in a campground. How are the rates in Provincial Park campgrounds etc. Any experience with Canadian travel ism appreciated.


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We are now off the road but this is what we fulltimed in.
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Luvtheroad
post May 7 2013, 09:43 PM
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Just make sure when coming back into the US, you don't have any prohibited food products with you. We were heading back to Seattle from the Winter Olympics in Vancouver and when asked if we had any fruit or vegetables with us, my sister cheerfully answered "Yes, we have a bag of oranges." Oops.....park over there, hand me your passports, leave your cellphones in the vehicle and go into the building. After sitting on the Group W bench for about 45 minutes, we were lectured soundly on the evils of bringing oranges through the border, even though they were California oranges. CAN.NOT.DO. OK, mea culpa....... we'll never do it again......we've learned our lessons........and all that....and we were sent on our way. When we got back to Seattle and started unpacking the camper, there were oranges still in the refrigerator. Go figure.
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post May 8 2013, 08:48 AM
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QUOTE(jamarynn1 @ May 7 2013, 08:43 PM) *

After sitting on the Group W bench for about 45 minutes, we were lectured soundly on the evils of bringing oranges through the border, even though they were California oranges. CAN.NOT.DO. OK, mea culpa....... we'll never do it again......we've learned our lessons........and all that....and we were sent on our way. When we got back to Seattle and started unpacking the camper, there were oranges still in the refrigerator. Go figure.



LOL... not many folks know about the Group W bench. Playin with the pencils and implements of destruction. I can hear Arlo now. Thanks


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