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Old 10-09-2013, 11:19 PM   #15
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Day #50 we enjoyed travelling West on the "CARLTON TRAIL"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlton_Trail
which we had not been on since 2004 when we had travelled east through this part of the Canadian Prairie.

We left Estevan early and turned west on the "Trail" at Weyburn. We had lunch in Nash's restaurant in Assiniboia, and continued to Cadillac, before heading north to our overnight in Swift Current, Saskatchewan.

We had some minor showers mid-day to clean the windows, but the weather was good for all our stops.

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Old 10-10-2013, 08:41 PM   #16
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Day #51 was a shorter haul from Swift Current, Saskatchewan, to Medicine Hat, Alberta.

The stayover at Swift Current had been a good one with MGW leaving the "Living Sky Casino" with cash in her pocket. (This is a great stop with lots of parking and the food and other decor is excellent.)

Jo Dee Messina ( Jo Dee Messina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ) was the big show on Friday night but it was sold out and we were not able to get tickets. Got to see her nice Prevost Coach (from the outside only) but it was running the genset and had no solar, to take advantage of the prairie sun, that I could see?

Again, the weather was perfect for travelling and we pulled into the new Casino in Medicine Hat for the night. Food was average and the Casino did not rate high on our opinion list. We had supper and retired early to the Clipper to catch up on family email.

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Day 52 on the 2013 tour finds us exploring Medicine Hat Alberta in the warmth of the Oct. morning sun.

After a needed fuel up at the Husky (free coffee) and a full service at the Medicine Hat Visitor Center, (open for sani and water year round) we head out for Lethbridge Alberta with a stop in Taber for a late lunch.

Again the weather was perfect for travel and the view was fantastic.
This area is all great production land with irrigation projects like the St. Mary river infastructure. St. Mary River Irrigation District General

We arrive at the IMPRESSIVE "LETHBRIDGE CASINO" in time to have an outstanding meal and beverage and some needed relaxation while catching up on some of the Saturday hockey news.

A very enjoyable stop and we would have to rate this facility an 11 out of 10+++++++++++++++++++++++ for the effort these folks put into the original decor of this entertainment outlet. Lots of parking.

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Old 10-12-2013, 11:34 AM   #18
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Day #53 finds us leaving Lethbridge in early afternoon. This has been a very su$$e$ful stop and we leave with smile$. Again the food is top class in this facility.

We stop in Fort MacLeod for coffee and start into the Crowsnest Pass. Leitch Colleries historic stop,

http://www.history.alberta.ca/leitch/

and cheap fuel top off in Frank, Alberta where the remains of the Frank Slide are still very impressive and it looks like it is a more recent event than 1903.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Slide

We Cross into BC, stop at the Sparwood Visitor Center (sani and water available here) and press on for the overnight in Cranbrook BC.

Again the weather was perfect for travel and seeing the sights.

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Old 10-13-2013, 11:12 AM   #19
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Day 54

Day #54 finds us preparing to leave Cranbrook, BC. The weather is still holding for the start of the day.

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Old 10-13-2013, 12:37 PM   #20
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Cranbrook to Grand Forks BC Day #54. This is beautiful country but I will take the coast climate for living year round.

1 Cranbrook, 2 Moyie Lake, 5 Kootenay Skyway Summit, 7 Castlegar Airport approach, 8 Christina Lake

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Old 10-13-2013, 01:21 PM   #21
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The Longest Day

Some more ARC shots of Day #54 from Grand Forks to Hope.

Day #54 we get away from Cranbrook (home of a must see train museum) http://www.trainsdeluxe.com/ by10AM and head west through Moyie Lake PP, Yahk, and on through Creston and the Kootenay River Valley. The big bump of the Kootenay Skyway looms ahead. The Clipper handles the adverse with ease and we stop at the Summit at Bridal Lake for a stretch before descending the long chute down to Salmo.

The road conditions and weather are still excellent, but there has been a good fall of snow on top that has been plowed out in the last few days.

Below is a list of the five Pass details on this #3 route across the southern part of the Province of BC. You will engage them in order from east to west.. Crowsnest Pass, Kootenay Pass, Bonanza Pass, Anarchist Summit, Sunday Summit, and Allison Pass.
Crowsnest Pass1358mEast of Sparwood
(Alberta Border)
South Eastern, BC
2 lane rural highway


Allison Pass1342mManning Prov. Park
South Western, BC
2 lane rural highway


Sunday Summit1282 mEast of Manning Park
South Western, B.C.
2 lane rural highway


Kootenay Pass1774mSalmo to Creston
South Eastern, BC
2 lane rural highway

Blueberry-Paulson Summit
(Bonanza Pass)1535mChristina Lake to Castlegar
South Central, BC
2 lane rural highway


Anarchist Summit1236 mEast of Osoyoos
South Central, B.C.
Its a long way down, and with the car in tow, the Pacbrake on the Cummins 300 requires assist from the chassis brakes to keep the pull of gravity from gaining the upper hand.

We hold up in Castlegar for a coffee, stretch, a routine equipment check, and head on up, what seems like a never ending pull, to the Blueberry-Paulson Summit, stop for a taste of the fresh air and a picture, and continue on down to the beautiful Chistina Lake. We have stayed on the Lake on previous excursions through here but we are attempting to get home for Tuesday so we don't make the stop this trip.

We make a short stop in Grand Forks for some fruit and veggies to snack on, and carry on to the climb up to the Anarchist Summit and down the switchbacks into Osoyoos. From here to Princeton the grades are not excessive as we follow the Similkameen River Valley for most of this segment.

It is now late in the day and heavy cloud to the west tells us we are in for some sever weather before we get to our preferred stop near Hope. We still have two more rock climbs to make and this will be in the dark and heavy wind and rain. Going is slow over the Sunday Summit, and even slower over the Allison Pass. The road is dark and the lane lines have not been refreshed this year. (what are you doing with all the gas tax money BC????)

We crawl into Hope late into the night and continue on to the Husky Truck Center at Flood for a well deserved meal and some rest. The large lot is spotted with deep puddles sporting white caps, (you could surf here!) and is crowded with big rigs waiting on the wind to subside, the weather to clear, and the Tuesday sun to rise.

We hit the sack after a grueling day of close to 450 miles of challenging mountain driving, the last 100 in very marginal weather and road conditions. The CLIPPER's quiet and comfortable cabin, excellent stability, visibility, and overall road handling made this long extended leg of the journey, in trying conditions, possible.

Dave

ps:

Don't let me discourage anyone from travelling this picturesque route through southern BC. We have travelled it many times over the years. It is one of the most beautiful and historic travel routes on this continent, but one should be prepared for the road conditions you might encounter, and take plenty of time to stop and enjoy all the special sights along the way. Normal travel with POI stops would probably take a minimum of 3 days and that would just give you a taste of what the area has to offer. This is RV paradise without the crowd that you find in high population centers. The following site is very informative with history and pictures of the #3 route west to east. Many community details are included and the information is well presented for those who might be interested in this neck of the woods..

http://www.crowsnest-highway.ca/
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Old 10-14-2013, 04:26 PM   #22
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Mixed Feelings

Day #55 we wake to the continued rain and wind that is all too often part of the west coast weather. We paddle over for an excellent breakfast at the Husky while we wait on the weather to break, and leave with our travel mugs topped off with fresh hot coffee.


The traffic down to Abbottsford is moderate, but running in bunches, as the wind and rain continue to pound out of the NW. We reach Langley and make the turn for Tswassassen. The sun finally breaks through but we still experience a very strong wind.


On arrival at Twassassen, I pull the Clipper over and let loose the Sidekick for TGW to drive the final miles home. (there is approx. a $43.00 saving for us to take 2 vehicles on the ferry rather than pulling the Sidekick on with the Clipper. It takes 3 min. to disconnect even in the 40+MPH NW wind we experienced here)


We don't get on the 10:15 as it is overloaded and we have to wait for the next sailing at 12:45. No problem, as I have lots of detail to keep me busy closing up the book for end of trip.


The 12:45 in now late with the strong winds, and when we finally board and get underway we suffer a bit from the heavy seas on our 2 hour+ cruise to Duke Point.


Home before 4 PM to be welcomed by our two cats and a yard cluttered with broken tree debris.

The Clipper has once again succeeded in giving us a first class holiday that only a quality 'Class A' can. 6983 miles and 55 days with only one campground stay. Thats being independent!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Back to that grind of never ending maintenance.


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Old 11-08-2013, 04:14 PM   #23
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Hospital Visit

The CLIPPER goes to the hospital for repairs after the unfortunate incident in Eastern Ontario on our 2013 Tour.

(12 to 20 second clip of video.)

DVR CLIPPER DAMAGE. Flying mudflap and hanger. SEPT 23 2013 - YouTube

Hope to back on the road Tuesday.

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Old 11-14-2013, 02:37 PM   #24
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Got my CLIPPER back today. The repair took a little longer than estimated, as the gelcoat was hard to match.

But James and the boys did a "beautiful job" and there is no evidence left to show there was any damage to the area.

Highly recommend this shop in Nanaimo. Extreme Fiberglass Solutions - fiberglass boat repair, Nanaimo BC, Canada

Now we can get on with our other priorities in life.

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Beautiful job of matching color and smoothness, watched the clip 5 times before I could spot the flap. Does pay to be high off the road, we hit a tire carcass and it did a lot of damage to our low to the road Honda Fit. That flap would have taken out the windshield.
Love the other pictures.
When you hit the brakes how long does it record? can time be adjusted?
This would be a fine addition for our MH, could it be transferred to another vehicle without to much trouble?
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I was concerned about getting a match on the gelcoat Dave, so I am very happy with the result.

The DVR starts with the turn of the key and shuts off about 20 seconds after turning the key off. It is very low maintenance and has about an endless 7hr loop on HD if you don't want to download it.

The HP still camera, (ARC) works off the brake light circuit and there is a slight delay as it has an automatic focus. I would not have got the mudflap shot on the still camera as it happened to quick.

The DVR is portable and has an internal battery for use away from a power source. Not sure how long it would last? The DVR is powered with a USB cable from any power plug, so yes it is portable. I have it set to record in 2 min. intervals.

I purchased a 2 terabyte hard drive before leaving the left coast, and I have the complete 7000 miles on hard drive to watch when we are in the old folks home and have nothing else to do???? Some nice video of the small towns we were through, the mountains and the lakes, but most of it is just driving.

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This is a 2 min. segment of the TCH about 15 miles east of Ignace, Ontario, eastbound for New York. Wed. Aug 21 2013. Approx. 11 AM local.

Nothing exciting other than meeting a nice AIRSTREAM trailer unit heading west.( Last 1/3 of video)

Was this anybody here????

I thought it best for all to edit our conversation as it would have been of little interest to others.

We are about 1800 miles into the 2013 Tour at this point and still running about a day behind planned schedule because of ferry holdups and highway closure due to major accident on Rogers Pass.

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Now you're gonna make me invest in DVR and camera for my Airstream.
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