making a trip up to Washington by Canadian Border


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Post Sat May 30, 2015 2:03 am

making a trip up to Washington by Canadian Border

Hello folks, I am making a trip mid June up to the Canadian Border. I could haul something and drop on the way. Vehicle,running or easily moved(no winch at this time), parts, Must have way to load and unload. Can discuss costs. Have to firm up with where I will end up, but somewhere around the 15th June.
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Post Sat May 30, 2015 2:44 am

Re: making a trip up to Washington by Canadian Border

Should I be expecting a visit? I had better vacuum the shop.
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Post Sat May 30, 2015 9:39 am

Re: making a trip up to Washington by Canadian Border

yep, Got a few things that have put it off till the week of the 15th of the week.

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Post Sun Jun 07, 2015 10:23 pm

Re: making a trip up to Washington by Canadian Border

I am looking for some things that might need hauled up to Washington state, I am headed to Canada, so if you have something to go that direction, give me a shout via e-mail. I am in Nampa Idaho. I have a 24' enclosed trailer that I am taking up.

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Post Wed Jun 17, 2015 11:36 am

Re: making a trip up to Washington by Canadian Border

We really enjoyed your visit. You are welcome to return any time. I hope that the remainder of your trip went well.
How did your hauler handle The Highway Through Hell?
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Post Thu Jun 18, 2015 1:14 am

Re: making a trip up to Washington by Canadian Border

Enjoyed the visit, will look forward to a return trip sometime in the future. The trip up the Highway was uneventful. Really pretty country, and some really ignorant drivers! I can see why some wrecks occur and am sure that it is no exaggeration during the Winter. Trip Home from Merritt was equally good, probably could have scooted the truck a little more forward as there was no engine/trans to put the extra weight on the tongue and hitch. Was balanced just a tad light on that, but still gave no problem, so did not "correct". Would have been an entire different story if there was snow on the ground. 97 up and over can get a little hairy when snowing and covered, but not the same as 5.

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