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RE: RCMP seek witnesses - Liard Hot Springs death investigation

Not much info in the video, but the article has a drawing of a person of interest ..... probably be good for anyone traveling in the area to look at that. Hope this link works. https://www.foxnews.com/world/british-columbia-murders-north-carolina-woman-australian-man-canada-missing-teens-dead-man Photo didn't work out like I wanted but there is a link to it below. PHOTO Thanks for posting this Informative link. Apparently the teens were spotted in northern Saskatchewan driving a grey 2011 Rav 4.
GeeWillakers 07/23/19 02:58pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Towing a 2019 Rubicon Jeep

That’s the same procedure as our 2010 JKU and 2014 JK. Your 2019 is probably a little lighter because of aluminum doors, etc.
GeeWillakers 06/21/19 12:35am Dinghy Towing
RE: Joshua Tree Nat Park

We stayed at the KOA in Desert Hotsprings in Feb 2018 and drove around to the north entrance and out the south side on Bergoo (???) road but you’ll need a jeep or other high clearance vehicle to do that.
GeeWillakers 03/05/19 08:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Alaska Hwy and TOW Highway

We did the TOW last summer and also up to Inuvik and Tuk. One thing not mentioned about the TOW is which side the drop off is on. It’s only narrow for a few miles but the edge is on the north side so on the right (your side) if going west. That’s the way we did it which was ok because we didn’t run into any traffic coming the other way. I’d rather be on the inside close to the mountain than on the edge. The road to Tuk was great except for the last 15 miles (will probably be finished this year). The bridges were awesome (that’s for you Peter if you ever read rv forums). Driving in sunny daylight at 3:00 am was even better.
GeeWillakers 02/19/19 08:44pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Banks cold air intake

I did the Ultrapower ECM tune, plugs, wires and Banks headers and got a definite improvement in power. Actual experience trumps opinion.
GeeWillakers 01/18/19 12:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is it just me?

I didn’t have any problems backing up my TT and 5er but found empty boat trailers and utility trailers a nightmare until one thoughtful observer gently suggested it would be easier if I stop using my mirrors and just put my tailgate down so I could see the ¥^€§$*# thing directly. Never had a problem after that!
GeeWillakers 11/24/18 08:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Jeep toad rides to rough.

Driving a Jeep on flat, relatively smooth highways is ok. Try secondary and tertiary, potholed, rough roads used for farming, the kind we like to explore, and four hours will change your opinion. Drove from Dawson City to Tuktoyaktuk last June and back in JK. Took much more than 4 hours. Glad we had a Jeep.
GeeWillakers 10/27/18 10:27pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Canadian Rockies summer 2020

You might also want to look at Cathedral PP and Wells-Gray PP.
GeeWillakers 10/20/18 09:23pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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