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Old 09-01-2007, 09:47 PM   #491
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Sept. 1 2007. Our price of fuel in southern alberta is 106.9 a litre today. That's about 344.2 a US gallon. Plus our dollar is $0.95 today
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Old 09-02-2007, 12:58 AM   #492
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Old 09-03-2007, 10:48 PM   #493
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Sept. 1 2007. Our price of fuel in southern alberta is 106.9 a litre today. That's about 344.2 a US gallon. Plus our dollar is $0.95 today
Wow, first time I can remember where BC (Vancouver area) is less expensive than Alberta. We paid 95.9 a litre on Saturday at Abbotsford. I'll have to send emails to my friends in Lethbridge and let them know we are paying less for gas than them (once in a lifetime at least)

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Old 09-03-2007, 11:24 PM   #494
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There's free fuel just across the river from us.

You have to cut and haul it yourself though.
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Old 09-04-2007, 12:41 PM   #495
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$2.59 a gallon for regular

$2.99 a gallon for diesel (been that price for a long time at this particular station even when regular was over $3.00 a gallon)
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Old 09-04-2007, 11:37 PM   #496
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$2.88 for regular in Polson, Montana. We fueled up before our travels to Glacier National Park.

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Old 09-05-2007, 10:59 AM   #497
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$2.88 for regular in Polson, Montana. We fueled up before our travels to Glacier National Park.

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Great weblog. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy your trips.

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Old 09-05-2007, 11:26 AM   #498
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Hi Barry!

We just got back from our vacation: here's a link to shutterfly: Shutterfly | View Shared Pictures
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Old 09-05-2007, 11:54 AM   #499
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Old 09-05-2007, 12:59 PM   #500
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Hi Barry!

We just got back from our vacation: here's a link to shutterfly: Shutterfly | View Shared Pictures
Hey codybear fantastic pictures! I saw maybe 3 fuzzy ones out of 184! Kudos to the photographer. Where is the dam (#40)? Did the llamas(?) get upset when you took their picture? The flowers were really nice to look at. I had some trouble viewing (the slideshow stopped at #133 for some reason). Anyway, I managed to view the rest collectively. Once again, great job with the photos. That Crater Lake is MUST SEE in AN RV!
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Old 09-05-2007, 01:05 PM   #501
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Hi there!

That is the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington
The llamas are pets of the couple we visited in DeWinton, Alberta..verry friendly, came right up to me when I called their names..yes, not sure how the slideshow works for different people viewing it..Crater Lake was beautiful as was Lake Louise and Bow Lake..paula
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Hi Barry!

We just got back from our vacation: here's a link to shutterfly: Shutterfly | View Shared Pictures
Wow - what a great trip you guys had. Thank you so much for sharing them.

When ever I hit the Astoria bridge I feel like I have just found paradise. The entire OR,WA,BC,AB,MT trip is our playground. Living just outside of Vancouver, BC, we are well situated to head out and enjoy most of this on a whim - but I'm the one with the whims, Donna's the one with the practical side that says an acre needs mowing, watering, on going maintenance and all that other really boring stuff that gets in the way. It has been far too long since we did a tour and I'm working on Donna to do the tour this coming year. She is likely going to want to use the truck instead of the '57 wagon just because of the convenience of A/C etc but I'll keep working her on the fact that with the wagon she can take her time. Or, even better, maybe through the winter I'll get up to a point where I can do some if not all of the driving and then for sure it's the wagon's-ho or however they said it.

I'll get her to take a tour through your slides tonight and then she'll be thinking about a trip again . We've been to all the areas you traveled to excepting YSNP which is on the wish list, and spent many wonderful holidays with friends and family touring about until the last couple of years. Time to get things kick started again.

And by the way, to keep to the thread - gas here was $1.06 a litre yesterday. Geez, it's on it's way back up again - what gives?

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Drove to PT this morning @ 0430 and Regular was $2.55/gal....Diesel @ $2.89.

When I left PT @ 0600, Regular was $2.75/gal....Diesel @ $2.84.

This afternoon @ 1500, Regular was $2.64/gal....Diesel @ $2.85.

This was all @ the same convenience store.


Can someone explain this mindnumbing number jumble to me? It's still the same God Darned fuel in the holding tank.....no resupply tankers came today; I asked the Town & Country convenience store lady, and she had no answer of course.

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