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Old 09-20-2015, 08:06 AM   #29
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November 29th.
We leave middle Oct. Safe trip.
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Old 09-20-2015, 08:10 AM   #30
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Fixer, you cross with the Auto's. They don't want you in the truck lanes at the peace bridge.
Thanks for that, don't want to screw up at the border for sure . Is it the same at all border crossings?
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I found this finally, Peace Bridge ezbordercrossing.com
So, going into the states, you go to the car plaza and then stay to the far right with buses/RVs. Coming back to Canada, again to the car plaza which is divided in two by a building. You can use any lane (with a green light of course). The bus lane is just left of the building.

(answered his own question he did ) but thanks again Micar!
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No prob Fixer, we have crossed at pretty much all of them and stay with the Autos. Most times if it is busy there will be someone walking the lanes that will point you in the right direction.
When you get to the booth, have your passports ready and open to the picture page, have your ownership and insurance handy in case they ask and be prepared to give the officer a tour of your wheel estate if he asks.
Piece of cake. Have a great trip.
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Old 09-21-2015, 10:39 AM   #33
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Not advice on the route but.... If you happen to take I-75 in KY (At least the south part of the state) take the CORBIN exit,, Find the local KFC and have lunch there.. You may then continue on your way.
Perhaps next year. I gather it's to die for, and we do like GOOD southern fried.
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Perhaps next year. I gather it's to die for, and we do like GOOD southern fried.
Whether it's the Colonel's original shop or not, KFC is the same the world round. Wouldn't make a special detour to have it or stop in Columbus, OH for a Wendy's at their first outlet, or Des Plaines, Il for McDonalds first chain restaurant. These places pride themselves in sameness no matter where you get a meal.
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Whether it's the Colonel's original shop or not, KFC is the same the world round. These places pride themselves in sameness no matter where you get a meal.

KFC's in the southeast sell deep fried chicken livers and gizzards. KFC's in the northeast do not.

Stopped at the Pooler Georgia KFC for lunch once. Their marquee advertised a buffet. They had chicken livers and gizzards on the buffet and 2 laborers having lunch were eating nothing but fried livers and gizzards.

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Well, in Australia McDonalds' is exactly like the US menu except you can get Vegemite as a spread for an English muffin. In a place where most burgers come with beet root and spaghetti is a breakfast food, the fast food menu is depressingly the same.
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