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Old 04-06-2017, 11:48 PM   #21
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Thanks again for the help and advice. I'll let you know which we end up taking and how it goes.
134 hours til pickup...not that I'm counting...
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Thanks again for the help and advice. I'll let you know which we end up taking and how it goes.
134 hours til pickup...not that I'm counting...
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Old 04-07-2017, 01:13 AM   #23
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134 hours til pickup...not that I'm counting...
Like having to go to the dentist, but only waaaay better!!
Enjoy your trip!
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Brenda, wherever you are...? Take it slow and enjoy BC. Right now it's snowing like crazy at home. The WET kind!! Which makes it really slippery. Take care and be careful!!
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Brenda, wherever you are...? Take it slow and enjoy BC. Right now it's snowing like crazy at home. The WET kind!! Which makes it really slippery. Take care and be careful!!
It has been snowing all morning here, and is starting to let up a bit.
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Old 04-17-2017, 10:05 PM   #26
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Brenda, wherever you are...? Take it slow and enjoy BC. Right now it's snowing like crazy at home. The WET kind!! Which makes it really slippery. Take care and be careful!!
Thanks, Marry! Ended up driving home from Jasper on Good Friday in the snow/winter storm warning. Visibility was iffy, but the roads were mostly just wet, except for the last 7 miles of hell, sliding down hills a little sideways! Doesn't really make you feel like camping... and it's starting to snow again tonight...
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