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Old 03-06-2014, 05:40 PM   #1
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Sitting in Mexico, is it safe to return to Canada yet?

Still waiting for delivery of my 2014 Newmar Dutchstar which is supposed to be showing up end of March.

Is it safe to return to Alberta yet or should I wait another few months while somebody pulls the plug on the deep freeze?
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Use the method that a neighbor here in Florida uses.

He is from Canada and he calls his neighbor up there once a week and asks if the snow gone yet.

When the neighbor says "yes," he starts moving north.

Pretty smart, eh?
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Like the saying goes, there are two seasons, Winter and Stampede Week. Unless you're from Edmonton the it's Winter and.......
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It was -9here in Rochester NY last night (this is not wind chill, the temperature was actually -9) The coldest temperature ever recorded in Rochester for the month of March
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We had -22 actual temperature in northern NH night before last. Winter won't be over for quite a while.
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70's in Atlanta for now. We might get another frost, but it will be minimal. Daffodils are bluming.
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Use the method that a neighbor here in Florida uses.

He is from Canada and he calls his neighbor up there once a week and asks if the snow gone yet.

When the neighbor says "yes," he starts moving north.

Pretty smart, eh?
That's what I did when we were in Key West. We were supposed to be home 1Feb. for a family thing. We didn't get home until late Feb., 2 days later it snowed again. Those calls home got us there.
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Canada is safe but I would avoid the US if I could. You know it's not safe there yet. Hehe
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