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Old 05-28-2015, 08:35 AM   #11
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Man, you've been making tracks! Like the pics. Don't be surprised when half the JOF shows up at your door for dinner.
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Old 05-29-2015, 07:08 PM   #12
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We stayed in San-Suz RV park at Glacier Nat Park last night. Was going to stay a few days..but..park snowed and will not open for a few weeks. Can only see about 10 miles.
So we left this AM and headed to Canada and Banff Nat park but ran across a hot spring resort and RV park. Awesome...spring fed hot spring fed pool. Felt really nice. Also has a nice restaurant on site. Fairmont Hot Spring resort. We will leave here AM and head to Banff.
No problem going across border. Told we had over $10,000 Canadian...said that was each person. Asked about guns..none. Not a word about booze. Fast and easy.

Using debit card saves about 20 percent. They will take American cash but at face value...$20 Canadian..$20 USA. With debit cad its converted by the bank.

Having a blast. Only covered about 300 miles yesterday and 180 miles today.
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Old 05-29-2015, 07:10 PM   #13
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Old 05-29-2015, 10:40 PM   #14
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Just throwing my name on here so I can get notifications and follow you. I'm still jealous.
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Old 05-30-2015, 06:33 AM   #15
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I just got some more time off for my out west trip this july. I'ld love to try for Alaska. I'm wondering how long it would take from NY without killing myself. That was the original plan when I bought the Octane after only getting to Prince George B.C. with the bike last fall. I'm anxious to see if camp spots are any problem to find along the way. Where is your destination in Ak.? Or are you winging it? I was going to try for Fairbanks. Good luck.... I'll be tuning in.
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Old 05-30-2015, 07:35 AM   #16
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We're are going to end up at Denli Nat park by June 10 as we have reservations beginning then for RV parking and train rides and other and outside Anchorage by June 16 at Eagle river state park for as long as two weeks for other train trips and ATVing...and fishing etc. No problem now with finding spots but by around middle of June gets hard. That's why we have reservations beginning middle June. If you stop early every day no problem as tons of road side pull overs. One night is all that's permitted in these though. And some of these road side pull overs are to die for. Nothing in Fairbanks to see as far as we've found, just a pass thru to the park.
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Thanks, I've also heard June is the time to go for the weather. July and August are supposed to be the rainy season. So I guess Ill decide when I get out to Montana
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We're set up in Jasper National park for the next two nights. Whistler camp ground. Will be taking tram to top of mountain tomorrow. Went thru Banff and ice fields today. Wow on the ice fields glacier. We have a no frills site in back. Nothing behind us but nothing. Mule deer galore.. Bears expected. Saw lots black bears today and big horn sheep. No wifi, no tv... Awesome
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Old 05-30-2015, 07:49 PM   #19
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