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New Post 1/27/2014 7:25 PM
  Bob Vaughn
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Inspection at Canadian Border 
What happens now days when you enter Canada since 911? The last time we went to Canada was in the 70's and that was for an international Campvention in Brandford......
 
New Post 4/3/2014 8:05 AM
  JeepWranglerNation
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Re: Inspection at Canadian Border 
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New Post 9/16/2014 6:50 PM
  Gearspoke
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Re: Inspection at Canadian Border 
Make sure everyone that you bring has their passport! If you have kids, either both parents need to be present, or if only one parent is taking kids through, there needs to be a written letter from the other parent saying it's okay to take them across the border. Each border has different procedures, so be sure to look them up before you cross through. Other than that, it's not to difficult to get through! The border in Washington state takes anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours depending on the traffic.
 
New Post 7/26/2019 3:18 AM
  caryford
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Re: Inspection at Canadian Border 
Modified By admin  on 7/26/2019 7:03:56 AM)
I don't tow a trailer, we have a 29" class C & tow our car on a dolly, we Have been across the country & back, in MANY National Parks & National Forests, and never found our set up, too long,although at Bridge Bay in Yellowstone, we fit, but were a little cramped, there seems to be many "short" sites in Ca. compared to other states.

Some campgrounds, you just have to do your home work before you get there, we were told in some that we might not fit, but when you unhook the toad, and hang the back over the back end of the site, (if possible), you can shorten up a lot.
 
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