Ya, I figured it wasn't that big a deal, just thought it was funny. I suppose I could say I'm crossing on Monday and show up 3 days late and see what happens?? Of course I'm risking a yard sale (take everything out of your bags) or a cavity search.My time of entry guess coming home in April was more than 3 hours off - they didn't even blink. They will send you an email when you've successfully filed your ArriveCan entry plan and it contains a QR code which you "need" to show the Customs person - mine didn't even want to see it...??
I can only draw solace from the knowledge that "thank God we don't get all of the government that our taxes pay for!"
Please rest and re-coop. Glad it was not worse. Sorry we wont be meeting in Nakusp, but next time for sure. Thanks so much for all of your work on this event, I am really excited for next week.On June 4th I had an accident on my Vincent. Today they let me go home.
6 broken ribs
1 punctured lung
1 broken shoulder blade.
I hope that there are no outstanding questions or issues.
Us to! You sound like my wife's family up in Powell River.I can only draw solace from the knowledge that "thank God we don't get all of the government that our taxes pay for!"
Why did you take the FJR instead of the GS Pretty Boy?Ride more. Stress less. I have used the app several times now. And border crossings have been a breeze. Of course I am prettier than George and Panman. They might not let those fugly MF'rs in. I know I wouldn't! You just can't trust anyone who would ride a POS Super Tenere.
What can I say? I'm an FJR guy. I wanted to be the only FJR at the Dust to Dawson gathering. That, and riding dirt and gravel roads on a GSA is just too damned easy. I like a challenge!...wondering the same thing Skooter. Reliability a concern or is the mighty GSA down for maintenance? Inquiring minds want to know!!
Good one, Adam! :lol: As I began reading the first words, they were coming across in Morgan Freeman’s voice…"I think it's the excitement only a free man can feel. A free man at a start of a long journey whose conclusion is uncertain. I hope I can make it across the border. I hope to see my friend and shake his hand. I hope the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreams. I hope."