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Old 06-10-2008, 05:05 PM   #1177
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Hu I'm Moving to Mississauga!!! $1.35 /Liter and rising here in Peterborough!!!

Time to hook up the Dog Sled

Life Style - all about being innovative, sacrifices and changes and all will get through just fine....

Time to find some new parks - and park the AS for a change - yep not quite the same as taking her with you - but imagine the dent in the profit cycle if the public revolted for once.

But there is the same old big problem - all or none
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Old 06-11-2008, 11:43 PM   #1178
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june 11 $1.27 minus 4.5 cents a liter to $1.33 minus 7 cents a liter. Thats at super store, extra foods in southern alberta
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Old 06-12-2008, 03:17 AM   #1179
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Old 06-14-2008, 11:08 AM   #1180
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Diesel: Flying J is the cheapest at 4.55/gallon cash price, I did not catch what the credit price was.

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Old 06-14-2008, 11:24 AM   #1181
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Old 06-14-2008, 11:30 AM   #1182
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Ugh!
I was near Tucson on the 10th and saw $3.85 on Sandario Road just south of the Mariana HS. It was $4.15 in Phoenix that afternoon. It must cost $.30 a gallon to pipeline the gas 100 miles.
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Tucson has the cheapest gas in the state. Not sure why but I am glad it is.
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Old 06-14-2008, 12:49 PM   #1184
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I was near Tucson on the 10th and saw $3.85 on Sandario Road just south of the Mariana HS. It was $4.15 in Phoenix that afternoon. It must cost $.30 a gallon to pipeline the gas 100 miles.
it must be up hill.
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Old 06-14-2008, 01:08 PM   #1185
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Tucson has the cheapest gas in the state. Not sure why but I am glad it is.
Please FedEx me some—it won't take many gallons to get free shipping.

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Old 06-14-2008, 01:16 PM   #1186
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Old 06-14-2008, 01:41 PM   #1187
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Good day to all,

Just payed 5.15 gal. for diesel in S. Cal, we are about 30 miles south of Disney Land, I have seen the price as high as 5.20 and as low as 5.12.
We haven't seen the mid 4s for some time now, we are taking a trip up the Oregon coast in July for about 2 weeks, hope it comes down a little.

Travel less, stay longer, just get out there and enjoy this great county of ours.
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Old 06-14-2008, 02:54 PM   #1188
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Travel less, stay longer, just get out there and enjoy this great county of ours.
We may not able to afford to leave the county soon and may not see the country.

On a more serious note, many American and Canadians have always traveled to see our countries and the best way to do so is on the ground (and off the interstates in the US). Such travels allow us to see how much the same we are, how regional differences are not so different and to meet people we may not otherwise meet. And Canadians and Americans aren't so different either. Not being able to easily travel, or having to fly (ugh), reduces the chances we will experience and appreciate our national communities.

As an example what traveling has taught me, a couple of years ago we met an Inuit (we call them Eskimos, they never use that word) elder in northern Canada and spend several hours with him. We discovered we are very much alike, something I, at least, may never have known otherwise if I hadn't made the effort to travel to the Arctic Ocean. We have corresponded since. I have found the same commonalities traveling to the Navajo res. in the Southwest or talking to Dine Indians in Yukon and Northwest Territories.

I wonder if the price of fuel will limit these experiences.

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Old 06-14-2008, 04:42 PM   #1189
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Tucson has the cheapest gas in the state. Not sure why but I am glad it is.
Amen to that! (With our luck it's usually the other way around...like when we were in Silver City, NM last month...they had the highest-priced gas in the state!)

I gassed up this afternoon in Tucson for $3.639...that's at Fry's (Kroger's) grocery store station using the free "Fry's Club" membership... For every accumulated $100 in grocery purchases (not hard to do these days) you get a fill up (up to 20 gallons) at .10 off per gallon...and another .05 off if you have their VISA card (seems you don't have to use their card, though, to get the discount, as long as you have signed up for their card)...so we saved .15 per gallon off the regular cost of $3.789 per gallon. Not a bad deal these days.

There's also an independent gas station near us currently priced at $3.739 (today) per gal and you get a .02 discount for cash.
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Old 06-14-2008, 05:20 PM   #1190
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We have you beat here in Northern CA.....diesel is 5.39/gal today!
We're still going camping next week.....gonna check out Casini Ranch
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