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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
RE: Another article on Snowbirds, or the lack thereof

Well this is ****. This border closure stuff is causing me to go into withdrawals. My Canadian "connection" , we'll call him "Bill" usually shows up in Arizona about this time with my supply, my morning fix. After a bit of haggling over who's gonna pay, I get my product. We can't get it here in the U.S. Its made only in Canada. I'm told its made in a secret bunker of an unlisted address in the middle of nowhere but who knows. After smuggling the product over the Canadian/US border at an undisclosed location (I'm told there are dirt roads involved), he and his wife meet with me in the desert area outside of Quartzsite and make the transaction. I've contacted "Bill" and he tells me he's acquired the product and is just waiting for Dec 21, but we're not sure what's gonna happen. If you've tried this stuff before, you know what I'm talking about. If you haven't, you're not likely to until the border opens. Bill .....Lisa ......are you out there? https://i.imgur.com/QhoDuSll.jpg
Galvanizd 12/13/20 09:02am Snowbirds
RE: CDC issues warning

Double reason for Canadians not to go. Can't come south into the U.S. and if you do, going south into mexico might prevent you from going north , back into the U.S. by ground travel anyway. Interesting. Ah yes, the CDC, they're from the government and they're here to help.
Galvanizd 11/28/20 08:43am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Turned back at border

I've read about fairness, rules, guidlines and kindness here with regard to countries. The law, is what governs entry into the United States , Canada, Mexico. We may not like it but until we get it changed, each country will dictate what their entry/exit requirements are.... by law. I agree , stay home if you are terrified by the current situation. If you choose to travel to a foreign country, by all means, follow the laws of that country or face the consequences. We travel to Puerto Penasco every February, we'll follow the current law at that time and if we choose not to, then we just won't go. We have Canadian friends that own homes in Arizona, that we travel to Mexico with. We're trying to help by checking on their homes for them , as they may not make it south this year.
Galvanizd 10/10/20 10:54am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Latest travel warning

"The U.S. Department of State updated the Travel Advisory for Mexico on August 6, 2020. Do not travel to Mexico due to COVID-19. Exercise increased caution in Mexico due to crime and kidnapping." That would include rving into Mexico. Looks like this Forum is not long for the RV.net. We should all follow the instructions of our government.....right? Are you Canadians under the same travel restrictions to Mexico with regard to rving? Gotta keep using the words rving cause from what I've been reading lately, this thread is not likely to last. Gotta remember to change my profile. Left Mexico in March. It was fun while it lasted.
Galvanizd 08/08/20 09:17pm Around the Campfire
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