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    Meziadin Junction staying in in a workers camp Bears abound

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    Dam looks clear on the phone(?) I got better and will get much better Just on the canon

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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
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    ...*cough*...negro is clear enough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
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    You appear to have stopped some distance away from the bear. Did you check your right and left, to check for an ambush, prior to stopping? Did the bear walk slowly into the woods or walk calmly towards your car. Are you armed and allowed to shoot a bear in self defence in Canada?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Are you armed and allowed to shoot a bear in self defence in Canada?
    He is an American traveling through Canada. He can not possess a firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    He is an American traveling through Canada
    Thank you. Are Canadians allowed arms to protect themselves from wildlife in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Are Canadians allowed arms to protect themselves from wildlife in Canada.
    Yes but the gun laws in Canada are far more strict than in the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Did the bear walk slowly into the woods
    ...wait! Shouldn't it be, "...did the Pope walk slowly into the woods?"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    A marijuana farm or post October 2017 digital tokens?
    the war machine

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    You appear to have stopped some distance away from the bear.
    appearances can be deceiving. I was doing 125 kms/hr on hilly roads and shot him w/ Iphone (thats clipped to the dash for cam/gps, etc.) pphit the brskes and got close ups w/ a Canon EOS. I need a laptop to get at and share those.

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    Are you armed and allowed to shoot a bear in self defence in Canada?
    Sorry snubs but Merkins register guns to bring through Canada on an hourly basis. Shotguns, rifles and associated ammo are permitted on an individual basis by CAN authorities but must be claimed. Handguns and assault weapons are prohibited. I simply didnt feel like doing the paperwork and won't hike the bush till AK. I'll buy at Cabelas and sell back.

    But then, might be stsying awhile. The rental car guy offered me some work, so...

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    Enjoy the great trek north. Careful up there. Mosquitoes the size of a 747.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Beautiful area. I cycled the US west coast years ago. Wish I had taken a camera.

    Looking forward to the thread!
    Almost forgot to stress how impressive that is, Looper. Talking to some and seeing quite a few long haul bikers. You mates are in an entirely different league. Hats off

    Stand out wildlife?
    what route?
    weather?
    distance, duration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
    Sorry snubs but Merkins register guns to bring through Canada on an hourly basis. Shotguns, rifles and associated ammo are permitted on an individual basis by CAN authorities but must be claimed.
    No need to apologise. I knew that Americans could bring in guns to hunt but was unaware they could bring them for personal protection. I guess I should have been more clear in my post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
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    The one between my legs leaves them speechles.

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    Forget my new friend's tribe name already.

    No cops for 150 miles either way and no reservation coppers even.

    Chief (not pictured) handles all affairs.

    Now I'm in Klinkit Nation.

    The people in this region (native and whitey) are a real treat.
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    You're killing me Hick. Using words like fortnight, mates and saying things like " I was doing 125 kms/hr on hilly roads and shot him w/ Iphone" I'm beginning to doubt your nationality. Most Americans at minimum shoot a .38

    Just kidding mate, hahaha. Nice trip report so far, upwind and out of sight isn't a bad Idea once you're in the thick of it.

    Take care....the fish.

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    Always had a real reverence for Brit speak and no I don't try it on in an embarrassing attempt to impress others. I truly prefer it to merkin slang tho. No worries fishmate. It's all good in da hood brosef.

    Here's an aminal:



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    Suddenly the TD pic uploader is posting upside down. Bugshit I had a few more.
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    Yo bro, catch you on the flipside, ha ha. Get it? I tried, being Midwestern It's a bit of a struggle to speak slang. I've even stopped slurring since I quit drinking Alcohol.

    Piece out, The fishes.

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    Your store photo.

    Change the backdrop to mud and tropical jungle and you could be in Thailand. No guttering, official notices with plenty of colour and locals with a beer in hand, mid morning.

    Any news on your wife, did she arrive safely, has she settled in and enjoying Alaskan culture?

    Looks fun.

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    She's chilling in the room running her little online biz in thai

    thanks for asking

    ordering thai delivery

    advised not to go out at night

    anchorage is a litlle rough Homeless meth heads galore

    i should arrive 9 pmish tonight

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    Obvious

    Ore. Coast

    tasting the H2O

    the redwood tree you can drive thru (w/ a compact)

    A boid. Ore. coast

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    lunch time

    Drone fly (videos pending) Oregon coast

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    The largest seal cave/colony in N America (Oregon)

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