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Old 05-25-2013, 04:46 PM   #11
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Welcome to the forum....We also have the 289RK and really like this floor plan.
I retired two years ago myself and went on a long (14,000) mile TT vacation last year. We loved it and saw a LOT of the US.
At least you'll love the gas prices south of the border (funny, that means something else where I live!) compared to Canada......
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Old 05-25-2013, 06:09 PM   #12
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Glen (AKA Denali2012)..have you ever been North into the West Kootnay area of BC...we used to live very near the Canada/US border on the Columbia River at Trail? The wife used to make regular shopping junkets to Spokane and take me along......I liked the inexpensive gas and beer as well as you could buy a six pack of beer at grocery stores and gas stations...we are still not civilized North of the 49th in BC yet still need to go to a pub or liquorstore to buy a six pack...
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Old 05-25-2013, 06:17 PM   #13
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Welcome...

Glen (AKA Denali2012)..have you ever been North into the West Kootnay area of BC...we used to live very near the Canada/US border on the Columbia River at Trail? The wife used to make regular shopping junkets to Spokane and take me along......I liked the inexpensive gas and beer as well as you could buy a six pack of beer at grocery stores and gas stations...we are still not civilized North of the 49th in BC yet still need to go to a pub or liquorstore to buy a six pack...
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Coops.....when we bought our Miata two years ago, we went north into Canada in its first week. We went up through Kamloops and Kalona...west on 99(?) to mile marker 100 road than south through Whistler and then back into the US to the North Cascades highway and east to Spokane.....over 2,000 miles, all with the top down and some of the most beautiful scenery anyone could possibly imagine.
We would like to do the same trip again with the TT....but probably would take the corners slower!!!
We go up to Calgary and Trail all the time just for a day trip.....
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