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RE: Not a good thing, at all....

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/282929 As long as we're talking about death .............Population 328.2 million, For the U.S. Here's 5 of 10 more things you can add to your numbers list........and this just for 2017 Below is about actual deaths, not cases. 1 Heart disease: Deaths in 2017: 647,457 Trusted Source Percentage of total deaths: 23.5% 2. Cancer Deaths in 2017: 599,108Trusted Source Percentage of total deaths: 21.3% 3. Unintentional injuries Deaths in 2017: 169,936Trusted Source Percentage of total deaths: 6% 4. Chronic lower respiratory disease Deaths in 2017: 160,201 Trusted Source Percentage of total deaths: 5.7% 5. Stroke and cerebrovascular diseases Deaths in 2017: 146,383Trusted Source Percentage of total deaths: 5.2% Canadian numbers are available. Boy, a lot for you to worry about in this world. Y'all be careful out there
Galvanizd 04/09/21 08:51am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Painting of RV

I just left Mexico last week . Spend a month and half there . Watched a lot of rv's get painted . They looked good. I've had mine painted in Mexico . Since you aren't going to Mexico. You might want to post this on another forum for a better answer since this once is about rving in mexico and south america. 20k, ouch. 2008 monaco, thats prolly more than have the value of your rv.
Galvanizd 03/16/21 07:06pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Doctor in Rocky Point

I'm not personally aware of many doctors here but Try these folks also. They may have some info. https://www.rockypointtalk.com
Galvanizd 03/03/21 10:42pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: New Border Regulations

Its the government......and they are here to help...........yeah.
Galvanizd 02/10/21 09:49am Snowbirds
RE: TIP's at Lukeville

Bumper pull (me) and a 5th wheel drove past organ pipe, thru lukeville and thru Sonyota on Monday, before heading to Puerto Penasco. Nice drive. Things change in a year.
Galvanizd 02/06/21 09:17am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: New Border Regulations

Just let our good friends, who want to travel, from Canada, come south. We need them down here in Mexico. Those that want to stay home ......ok.
Galvanizd 02/02/21 08:50am Snowbirds
RE: TIP's at Lukeville

PM sent
Galvanizd 02/02/21 08:42am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Canadian Covid new restrictions just now

"We will also, in the coming weeks, be requiring nonessential travelers to show a negative test before entry at the land border with the US, and we are working to stand up additional testing requirements for land travel," Trudeau said. Looks like Canadians can still fly to the U.S. and other foreign places except the Carrib and Mexico? Wonder how long that will last? What about Costa Rica?
Galvanizd 01/30/21 09:40am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: New Border Regulations

Not familiar with Canadian Law, but now I'm reading that your Rights as Canadians may be "temporarily" suspended. .....we hope not, but this could happen here....for some "temporary period" the length of yet to be announced. The Emergencies Act (as established in/from forward from 1988 in Canada) has never been invoked. It was threatened to be invoked at the beginning of "the pandemic" back in March-ish, but the PM (Trudeau) never did it. Sounds a bit extreme......unless you're ok with it. Careful, reading U.S. history, they told that "temporary period" to some folks just before they put them in camps during WWII. They were called Nisei. I guess that was a good reason? https://www.britannica.com/topic/Nisei Canadian government wouldn't do that...........? Of course Canada did that. Canadian war-time internment. Once in great while, I learn something on this forum. I did not know this about Canada during WWII and WWII Thanks for that link. Interesting reading on how our governments dealt with their citizens during a period of fear and hysteria. Hopefully history won't repeat itself....but it usually does.
Galvanizd 01/27/21 10:28am Snowbirds
RE: New Border Regulations

Not familiar with Canadian Law, but now I'm reading that your Rights as Canadians may be "temporarily" suspended. .....we hope not, but this could happen here....for some "temporary period" the length of yet to be announced. The Emergencies Act (as established in/from forward from 1988 in Canada) has never been invoked. It was threatened to be invoked at the beginning of "the pandemic" back in March-ish, but the PM (Trudeau) never did it. Sounds a bit extreme......unless you're ok with it. Careful, reading U.S. history, they told that "temporary period" to some folks just before they put them in camps during WWII. They were called Nisei. I guess that was a good reason? https://www.britannica.com/topic/Nisei Canadian government wouldn't do that...........?
Galvanizd 01/25/21 11:19am Snowbirds
RE: New Border Regulations

So as snowbirds, which this forum is about, Canadians previously cannot travel south, without heavy restriction. From all these comments, it would seem that travel is going to be restricted even more soon. It sounds like travel, not just snowbird travel ie; southbound into the U. S. is going to be restricted in all directions......for Canadians. Not familiar with Canadian Law, but now I'm reading that your Rights as Canadians may be "temporarily" suspended. Just wanted to make sure I get it right, cause its beginning to sound a lot like some other countries in the world, where you can't leave and have no rights. Ehhh, maybe its just me.
Galvanizd 01/25/21 09:19am Snowbirds
RE: Travel Restrictions Coming

Hey here's another article. didn't see Canada on this list https://news.yahoo.com/biden-signs-executive-orders-ending-223320948.html
Galvanizd 01/24/21 08:37am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: RV Painting in Mexico

I would like to get my RV totally painted. I live in AZ so easy to get to Yuma/Los Algodones Mexico or Rocky Point/Sonoyta Mexico. I do not want to purchase Mexican RV Insurance. I heard the Navarro Brothers do a great job in Algodones near Yuma. Will they come into Yuma and work out of one of the RV parks? In Sonoyta do you have any recommendations for painters and what RV park? Will they come across the border and work out of an RV park close to the border. If so what park I believe I can take the RV into Mexico in only a border town with no problems. Any advise and what I would expect to pay for a 37 ft 4 slide RV? If you have any phone numbers or web pages for anyone that would help. Thanks everyone. Marla Rocky Point. Yes. You will need mexican insurance, so I guess that's out. Sonyota. Most of us just drive thru with our rv's, to Rocky Point. Doubtful anyone will travel to US to paint an rv. Mine took 4 days to prep and paint in Rocky Point. They did it at an rv park.
Galvanizd 01/22/21 10:45am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: US to require COVID Testing for International Flyers

Heading back down to mexico next week. See what happens at the border.
Galvanizd 01/22/21 10:00am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: US to require COVID Testing for International Flyers

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/17/world/americas/migrant-caravan-us-biden-guatemala-immigration.html Wonder if these folks will get thru. Folks here want to go south. These folks want to come north.
Galvanizd 01/21/21 08:40am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Smartplug Converstion

From their websites. https://www.marinco.com/en/cs30-12 https://smartplug.com/why-smartplug/
Galvanizd 01/16/21 08:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Another article on Snowbirds, or the lack thereof

Still no jelly
Galvanizd 12/25/20 08:58am Snowbirds
RE: Another article on Snowbirds, or the lack thereof

Previous Canada-USA border closure extensions Here is the history of the Canada-USA border closure due to the coronavirus: ....The Canada/US border: Canada-bound will likely remain closed until the Global Covid situation drops down to the per 100,000 ratio that many States World-wide are using to curtail non-discretionary travel. Remember that travelers wanting into Canada who may be coming/traveling from countries (or, States) on the Covid no entry list, can simply fly into the US, and potentially drive across the land border....IF the Canada-bound land border "opens" prematurely. Think about it. Its a loop-hole that Canada will never allow if "the virus" remains persistent well into 2021 (and God forbid, into 2022). IMO, the Canada-bound land border will remain closed till the end of 2021. And I would not be surprised if Canada's land border remains closed (bilaterally, or, unilaterally) till the end of winter of 2021/2022; this to guard against a potential 3rd/4th wave. Something that we should all consider is a possible re-vaccination campaign with a polyvalent agent against several strains (maybe two or three new strains) of sars-cov-2 next year. In this situation, public health is always behind, playing catch-up. Yeah, well I still ain't gettin my jelly
Galvanizd 12/24/20 06:18pm Snowbirds
RE: Another article on Snowbirds, or the lack thereof

he tells me he's acquired the product and is just waiting for Dec 21What's the significance of Dec 21? The border will stay closed for probably another 6 months (less if the immunizations roll out faster than expected). It is just an arbitrary date that was chosen about 3 months from the last date - they don't know how long the high rates of infection will increase so extending by 3 months at a time. Its the date the Canadian government picked. Its 30 days at a time And from the past, doesn't look very arbitrary Again...... I'm not going to Canada ...its too cold.... I'm just waiting for my jelly. Previous Canada-USA border closure extensions Here is the history of the Canada-USA border closure due to the coronavirus: On October 18th, the border closure was extended to November 21st On September 15th, the border closure was extended to October 21st On August 14th, the border closure was extended to September 21st In July, the border closure was extended to August 21st In June, the border closure was extended to July 21st In May, the border closure was extended to June 21st In April, the border closure was extended to May 21st In March, the border closure was announced from March 21st to April 21st
Galvanizd 12/19/20 08:27am Snowbirds
RE: Another article on Snowbirds, or the lack thereof

he tells me he's acquired the product and is just waiting for Dec 21What's the significance of Dec 21? The border will stay closed for probably another 6 months (less if the immunizations roll out faster than expected). No significance to me. Canadian government picked that date. https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2020/11/20/us-canada-border-closure-covid/https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2020/11/20/us-canada-border-closure-covid/ Yup, the vaccine will save us. The government is here to help.
Galvanizd 12/18/20 10:09am Snowbirds
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