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Old 03-21-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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Best Border Crossing For TT's Towards Bellingham?

First trip across the line with TT. I've heard the Peace Arch and Truck crossing are not the easiest to cross at in terms of length. Is the Aldergrove crossing any better?
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Old 03-21-2014, 07:14 PM   #2
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Aldergrove is easiest. Stick to the right lane and follow the signs. You can scoot past border traffic on the right. You go thru where the semis go. We use Sumas but it is closest for us.
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Where are you going? We camp across the line a lot probably 3/4 of our trips go state side
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Old 03-21-2014, 10:19 PM   #4
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Peace Arch is busy till about 11:00 AM. Looks like the next week is good weather here in Bellingham and Seattle. Just in case you need something around Bellingham just PM me.
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Heading to the KOA in Burlington for a few days to try things out and do some shopping.
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We camp mostly in the state parks in that area. We also camp at a couple casinos once or twice a year.
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Heading to the KOA in Burlington for a few days to try things out and do some shopping.
When your in the Burlington area you might go west to Anacortes, Wa. And check out (Fidalgo Bay Resort) $34.00 a night. They have 141 RV sites and their right on the water. The bike path will be right next to your site and it goes right to downtown Anacortes. Two good grocery stores right on the trail, The Market and Safeway if you need supplies. Anthony's Restruant is right at the marina and Rockfish Grill is in town, good food and beer. There's also a great state park west of Anacortes ( with RV sites),it's at the very end of the island,not far at all maybe 10-15 min at the most. The view is water all around. Campworld in Burlington has maybe 10-12 RV sights right in back of the store, now you might need GoodSam to stay there and it might be free or a very small amount. They have 30/50 electric, and a dump station.
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