On the road in US and Canada...

4x4 trips to Mexico, to the ski hill, or to the local grocery store...

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helibrian
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On the road in US and Canada...

Postby helibrian » Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:47 pm

When will you be in Vancouver?

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On the road in US and Canada...

Postby Furi » Wed Aug 09, 2017 3:47 pm

helibrian wrote:When will you be in Vancouver?


I honestly don't know :) Any plans/timelines we make go straight out the window. Been traveling slowly around the great lakes in US/Canada border and finding so many beautiful places that can't get ourselves to just drive by. A friend in seattle told me the weather will turn in mid september but at this point I'm not sure when we will get to west coast. Probably in October sometimes if I had to guess. Anything going on?

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Postby helibrian » Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:17 pm

Nothing going on right now. I wound definitely check out Vancouver island and especially tofino if your coming in October. I'll be there in early September but the surf will be better in October. Also it seems like tofino is the delica capital of the world.

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On the road in US and Canada...

Postby Furi » Sun Aug 13, 2017 10:46 am

helibrian wrote:Nothing going on right now. I wound definitely check out Vancouver island and especially tofino if your coming in October. I'll be there in early September but the surf will be better in October. Also it seems like tofino is the delica capital of the world.


Thanks for the tip. It seems we will miss the warm/dry season to explore the B.C. Area but knowing such seasonal spots definitely helps.


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