Will be camping in the Kootenays next weekend. I'll share pics just for you
LOL there hasn't been an economy here since the mid 90's. Tourism brings in some $$ but it's certainly not the be all, end all for this area.LOLOL, stay away forever, see how long your economy lasts! Not very long I assure you.
Sarcasm, so hard to convey through text.Will be camping in the Kootenays next weekend. I'll share pics just for you
PS. Don't you think your avatar of "I am not a mouse, I will not conform... Fuck authority, I don't care" is contradictory to your "stay home" message? Calling DNASpark to lay down some proper Anarchism!
My comment was meant to specifically point out that, yes, there is NO economy in the Kootenays other than tourism. And welfare income. And retirement pension income.LOL there hasn't been an economy here since the mid 90's. Tourism brings in some $$ but it's certainly not the be all, end all for this area.
Sarcasm, so hard to convey through text.
Look forward to your pics of a private campground? Nothing else is open as well all know. CO's are patrolling the accessible forest roads just like any year but maybe with a bit more scrutiny.
I am not a mouse. I will not conform but I have enough friends in healthcare here in Canada and the US that I'm going to err on the side of caution for the good of my family.
Fuck authority, I don't care - But you all can stay down on the coast, no need to possibly drag god knows what across BC and into this area.
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good point, i will have to check with the office.. we have travel insurance through our extended health.Also check with your provider if you have a work benefit package that normally covers travel abroad as many have instituted a covid clause and won't cover you right now.
Local WA riders will have it great, no camping traffic and no Canadians to contend with on 20 right now, lucky.For what it is worth, Highway 20 through the Cascades opened for travel this morning...
"Last Update: 10:15 a.m., May 12, 2020: Open
State Route 20 North Cascades Highway has been cleared and is open for travel as of May 12. This route provides vital alternative access in this area that is critical in case of natural disaster, such as forest fires, and supports freight movement, particularly timber haul."
State Route 20 is the northernmost route across the Cascade Mountain Range in Washington and is commonly referred to as the North Cascades Highway. This scenic byway offers travelers a wide array of beautiful vistas and is part of the Cascade Loop , a 400-mile driving tour through the Cascades.www.wsdot.wa.gov
Very good point. I am certain that Canadian and travel medical insurance providers around the globeTravel insurance will be an issue this year as well.
I wouldn't ride in the states without it, and right now I don't know when they'll cover trips again.
Probably stay in Canada this year for road trips unless the situation improves significantly.
We have no more welfare here than anywhere BC. Again, more retiree income supporting the economy in the Okanagan than the Koots hands down.My comment was meant to specifically point out that, yes, there is NO economy in the Kootenays other than tourism. And welfare income. And retirement pension income.
I'm no expert on insurance underwriting, but I will say that if any industry can write it's own policy - it's insurance companies.Tugo has actually extended all policies by 3 months. They have not made any amendments to their policies, and that would be almost impossible to legally do on existing contracts.
had the same conversation with my boss today.. we have extended benefits / travel insurance.I'm no expert on insurance underwriting, but I will say that if any industry can write it's own policy - it's insurance companies.
They definitely can and do, and you will be surprised by some of the clauses that exist by default. There may even be an existing pandemic clause in your plan. However, they can not change whats covered by an existing plan.I'm no expert on insurance underwriting, but I will say that if any industry can write it's own policy - it's insurance companies.