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01-19-2009 08:57 AM
cliff tate
canada

try west coast bc, in sept. we have the largest car show in Canada, Langley a suburb of Vancouver. surrey and Langley are big time car crazy, weather hear is good most of the year, except this year we have more snow than usual, we treat our American friends well so come see us, one thing we speak English only hear in the west, well a sort of english aaaaaa cliff
01-19-2009 07:20 AM
freedom53
maybe a map?

The Rocky Mountain chain runs parallel to the Pacific coast . If you are coming to Vancouver from anywhere east of here and don't go around the world to the east, you will definately fly over the Rockies. They really begin just west of Calgary and continue (with a few valleys in between) all the way to the coast. Ther are a few different ranges but they are all considered the Rockies. All this info from a man who lives in one of the flattest places on earth.
01-19-2009 01:13 AM
whinny
oi malc

flew london to vancouver, if they wernt the rockys, what would it be, mountainous rocks for miles???? Thats what i saw anyways! Plane come in different angle?????????
Guys i know mines in dawson!
Russ
01-18-2009 07:26 PM
4 Jaw Chuck
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rob Keller

Next thing you know you might see Crazy Larry & Haloweenking
Ahhhh....the good ole days.
01-18-2009 06:44 PM
Rob Keller
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Originally Posted by Cape Cod Bob
How old is this thread in dog years?

Would be a Grey haired snout ,not so perky & might chase the ball if it was coated in bacon fat!


But this thread will preserve well in cold temps.

4 jaw chick!?........

UH.............

WOW.............

been a while since I see one of Dem!

Next thing you know you might see Crazy Larry & Haloweenking





R
01-18-2009 06:31 PM
66GMC
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Originally Posted by bigolblackie
I would check out Niagara Falls,go to the brink where the water goes over,you just can feel that your standing on a very special place of the planet Earth.

If you want to check out a VERY cool waterfall experience ...
Devil's swimming pool at Victoria Falls Zimbabwe


The idea of it thrills me, but having the "stones" to actually jump in and/or stand on the edge like this fool? Yikes.
01-18-2009 05:30 PM
McLeay F1 beautiful British Columbia we got it all, tropical rain forests to the lunar surface of Osoyoos, kelowna single womens capital of BC, one of the bigest aluminum producers in kitamat, and who could forget the bro jake rock 101.1com and a funny twisted tune "there must be a grow op on my street" and if you want to see an *** the size of a satellite dish. wrek beach vancouer only nude public beach in canada I think. just make sure you bring a car that likes corners. lots of twisty roads here.
01-18-2009 04:32 PM
bigolblackie I would check out Niagara Falls,go to the brink where the water goes over,you just can feel that your standing on a very special place of the planet Earth.
01-18-2009 04:22 PM
bigolblackie
Quote:
Originally Posted by poncho62
All good Canadians know that Toronto is the centre of the universe.

OK, I'm braced, bring on the insults....lol.
Not only that,my house is in the center of the city.
01-18-2009 04:05 PM
malc
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Originally Posted by whinny
visited there a while ago and stayed at robsons on rosedale street?? loved it round the gardens and saw my first squirrels there.gondala ride was awsum too.Flew in from the U.K over the rockies,absolutely amazing.People VERY VERY friendly,would love to go back some time soon!
My mate from hokitika here has been a few times, mainly for the hunting and a bit of gold mining.They even found the odd mammoths tusk while digging to retrieve gold.
Russ
If you flew from the U.K. you didīnt pass over the Rockies.
Iīve done the trip from the U.K. to Edmonton many times and we went over the North Pole.
From Madrid Spain to Toronto itīs straight across the water.
01-18-2009 03:42 PM
whinny
vancouver rocks

visited there a while ago and stayed at robsons on rosedale street?? loved it round the gardens and saw my first squirrels there.gondala ride was awsum too.Flew in from the U.K over the rockies,absolutely amazing.People VERY VERY friendly,would love to go back some time soon!
My mate from hokitika here has been a few times, mainly for the hunting and a bit of gold mining.They even found the odd mammoths tusk while digging to retrieve gold.
Russ
01-18-2009 03:33 PM
imnuts Excuse me!!! but let me rephrase that. Coming from Saskatchewan. Toronto thinks it IS CANADA!!!!! but actually we out west know we are what really matters to this country. WE have all the resources.......NA NA NA NA!!!!
01-18-2009 03:21 PM
66GMC
Quote:
Originally Posted by poncho62
Yes...But we Ontario folk don't deserve that....After all, you all know we are special........

Sorry America...Canadian joke........
Uh-huh.
All Canadians know that Toronto is the smack-dab "center of the universe".

*ducking incoming snowballs (and frying pans)* LOL
01-18-2009 03:16 PM
imnuts that would be my fault, but I alsways did like to remenise.
01-18-2009 01:45 PM
malc This must rate as one of the oldest threads bought out of retirement by a first poster.
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