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RE: No shots...not getting in.

But wait there's more https://globalnews.ca/news/8010165/canada-border-rules-china-sputnik-covid-vaccine/
Galvanizd 07/08/21 02:25pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Arco Norte Robbery

When I was in the military, I lived in different countries. We were told to only carry minimal amounts of money and not flash expensive items. We carried enough money that any robbers wouldn't get too upset at what little money we had but enough to get by for the day. Probably a good rule of thumb for here in the U. S. and when we travel to Mexico
Galvanizd 06/25/21 09:15am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Closed: Border opening

Canada can stay closed for as long as they want. I want the USA to end all land crossing restrictions on June 21st. Then our border cities can start to recover and Canadian RV'ers can escape Canada. Here here
Galvanizd 06/22/21 10:07am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Free Immunizations to Tourists

Crowe . Restrictions are largely in place. Check your own states rules. Live Free or Die. Merely saying , still not true, does not make it so. Vaccines. Definitely not so.. All one need do is to turn the tv on and President 46, who , along with his staff who have been received the vaccinations, still wearing masks and distancing. Not to mention state/city government restrictions. Travel to Alaska via Canada by Rv is another story. And lastly, because this forum is about Canada Alaska travel. My apologies to the OP for stray ing off the topic of Alaska.
Galvanizd 05/03/21 09:01am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Free Immunizations to Tourists

Galvanizd, that may hold true in Mexico but not here. Don't have to isolate unless you've been exposed, gyms are open, playgrounds are open, restaurants have indoor seating, we can travel by plane, train and automobile. Schools are open for in-person learning in many states and the crowd restrictions, etc., are being lifted. As far as the masks and vaccinations-that's just plain respect. Respect for others. It's an awesome concept. Haven't changed my profile. I'm in the US. Depending on where you currently are located. Nope. Not quite there yet. Do an internet search and check for yourself . Michigan. California, New Mexico, Colorado , hawaii (check the travel requirements for hawaii) Nevada and more, Canada for sure. Try getting on an airplane. Mandatory mask requirements. 50 per cent , 20 percent open etc. Not everything is open . I looked up New Hamshire. "Live Free or Die" is the state motto adopted in 1945. Here your state requirements. https://www.visitnh.gov/know-before-you-go As far as masks , virtually useless, unless worn properly and sanitized, changed after each use., which people are not doing. But it looks good in case people might think you aren't following the rules . That "respect for others" phrase is getting worn out and used as a catch phrase. Not so much an awesome concept if you believe the vaccine is effective. Been awhile since I trusted governments that aren't following their own science. But that's me. You obviously have a different opinion and that's ok.
Galvanizd 05/02/21 06:39pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Free Immunizations to Tourists

Yup, just get that shot and carry your proof. Course you still can't travel, got to wear a mask, can't gather in crowds, have to isolate, can't use the gym, playground, schools....but yeah get vacinated. Interesting, reminds me of some countries I traveled to when i was in the military and some i just read about
Galvanizd 05/02/21 09:58am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: RV travel across Canada during these lockdown times

We have a RV rental company relocation deal from Toronto to Vancouver in a week or so which is technically a commercial delivery (I believe). We will have a company letter stating that. How that will be interpreted but any police stops I've no idea. Especially if we're not on a direct route to Vancouver. Just trying to figure what this journey will be like as more of the country closes down. I think we will have just lost some of our reservations to stay in some of the National Parks. Any thoughts gratefully appreciated. Also welcome to share any experiences if you're on the road in the next few+?? weeks. Here's one https://rairfoundation.com/stasi-alert-police-threaten-to-take-children-from-parents-after-neighbors-report-illegal-playground-outing-watch/
Galvanizd 04/28/21 07:48am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: RV travel to Vancouver Island restricted

Interesting over in Ontario, it was starting to look like...........not Canada. https://nationalpost.com/opinion/chris-selley-ontarians-finally-discover-a-breaking-point-for-the-lockdown-abuse-theyll-tolerate
Galvanizd 04/20/21 08:57am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Deleting and Closing A Thread

https://mb.com.ph/2021/04/10/trudeau-calls-for-canada-regions-to-tighten-covid-restrictions/ I think he's going to. What/who is going to stop him? Some fairly draconian measures already in place that at least some canadians seem to think are ok. Some appear to blame it on people not following rules? It appears that whatever's being done for the last year.......isn't working. So tighten it up some more.
Galvanizd 04/16/21 08:20am RVing in Mexico and South America
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
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