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Post Info TOPIC: Taking your RV to Copper Canyon, mexico

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Taking your RV to Copper Canyon, mexico

I have an article in RV Times this month on this subject. See http://www.rvtimes.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/RVT166reduced.pdf


I am wagon master on 3 caravans there this upcoming season, but for those who wish to venture there on their own I have GPS co-ordinates in the article on where to stay, en route.


I always get asked about taking RV's on the train, but that was stopped many years ago due to liability concerns.


I have a lengthy article on RVing in Mexico coming up in Trailer Life. Not sure when, but November or later.


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Someday we will do this. Right now elder care issues mean we have to be in daily phone contact.


Bill Joyce,
40' 2004 Dutch Star DP towing an AWD 2020 Ford Escape Hybrid
Journal at http://www.sacnoth.com
Full-timing since July 2003

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