Alaska 2013 - - thinking and planning
Years ago we were going fishing in Canada with our pop-up (probably in the 1970's) and were carrying the food rations for a total of 4 families. The crossing guard asked us the value of the food we had with us and we said "probably around $500". He pulled us over for further discussion. He said something about having to pay a tax for that amount of food. We dodged that bullet when we pointed to the 3 other vehicles sitting not too far away and said "that food is for ALL of us". Apparently there's a limit per family.
Now, does such a limit per family still exist when crossing the border into Canada. I would hate to stock up on lower priced canned goods, etc. in the lower 48 and then find out that I having to pay some sort of tax for bringing that much into Canada.
Also, please name 3 - 4 vehicle parts I should tuck away in the basement of the MH. Thanks all !
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