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Old 04-16-2013, 07:09 PM   #1
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Two and a half weeks I will check and see if they are that friendly. Heading for Alaska for 3 1/2 months.
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Two and a half weeks I will check and see if they are that friendly. Heading for Alaska for 3 1/2 months.
U going up through Banff? I will be hosting at the Kicking Horse Campground May 12-26
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U going up through Banff? I will be hosting at the Kicking Horse Campground May 12-26
I expect to be in Banff around the 18th or 19th. I just may look you up. I don't think I will need reservations that early. Looks like Banff has a lot of campgrounds and I am set up for dry camping or boondocking. From your signature it looks like you are too. Your name is Sean? My RV has a picture of Mt Hood on the back so I am easy to recognize. That goes for any one on the forum. I would like to see you all across the campfire. One at a time , that is.....
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I expect to be in Banff around the 18th or 19th. I just may look you up. I don't think I will need reservations that early. Looks like Banff has a lot of campgrounds and I am set up for dry camping or boondocking. From your signature it looks like you are too. Your name is Sean? My RV has a picture of Mt Hood on the back so I am easy to recognize. That goes for any one on the forum. I would like to see you all across the campfire. One at a time , that is.....
That is the Canadian long weekend so I expect it to be busy.. No reservations at Kicking Horse Campground witch is 4 KM (2.5 miles) east of Field BC. There are no hookups there but it does have flush toilets and hot showers there. Also there is a dump station on the approach road.
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Ok, I found Field on Hiway one, where we will be coming in, but can find no info on Kicking horse CG, I did find Kicking horse Pass. How far are you from Banff, or would it be a good idea to sit out the weekend and tour Banff on Monday or Tuesday?
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