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RE: Are there any snowbird RV parks in New Mexico?

If you are looking for warm Winter weather in New Mexico you will not find much. It is significantly colder in most areas due to higher elevations.
pawatt 07/04/22 02:53pm Snowbirds
RE: Dentist in Mexico

You might try asking Dr. Edwardo Flores at Apple Dental Cosmetics, He is usually good about replying to emails and phone calls. 956-246-4100. This is a USA Cell Phone number. He also has a web site. His receptionist speaks good English and so does Dr Flores.
pawatt 06/02/22 09:21pm Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

From CBC The federal government will announce Thursday that Canada will end its pre-entry COVID-19 testing requirement for fully vaccinated travellers by the end of the month, CBC News has learned. Sources with knowledge of the matter confirm Canada is removing the testing requirements at airports and land border crossings. The ministers of health, transport and tourism will hold a press conference Thursday morning to announce the changes to border measures. Currently, travellers entering the country must show proof of a negative antigen or molecular test prior to their flight or arrival at the border. That testing requirement will be dropped by April 1 for fully vaccinated travellers, the sources said. From CBC The move comes two years into the pandemic as travel picks up and provinces and territories end restrictions involving vaccine passports, gatherings and masks. The federal government will continue to randomly test travellers upon arrival in Canada to identify and track variants, the sources said. The government has been spending millions of dollars on randomly testing vaccinated travellers entering Canada.
pawatt 03/16/22 10:37pm Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

Copied from Snowbird aka winter Texan group. --------------' News for Canadians As of April 1, the federal government will be lifting the pre-arrival COVID-19 testing requirement for fully vaccinated travellers, CTV News has learned. Passengers may still be subjected to random testing at the airport, according to a senior government source.
pawatt 03/16/22 01:16pm Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

Please try to keep politics out of this as it is a violation of forum rules. Thank You.
pawatt 03/15/22 09:01am Snowbirds
RE: This is too easy!

Took a few days but I sent our cool Texas weather to Florida. ENJOY!!!
pawatt 01/29/22 09:42am Snowbirds
RE: This is too easy!

2nd day since October I have had to wear long pants, WE WILL SURVIVE.
pawatt 01/20/22 09:58am Snowbirds
RE: Where are all of the snowbirds?

I see a lot of snowbirds on Facebook groups.
pawatt 01/05/22 08:21pm Snowbirds
RE: RVs over 10 years old are valueless

I have traveled coast to coast and border to border and much of Canada. hundreds of parks and never stayed at one with those rules.
pawatt 11/14/21 10:45pm General RVing Issues
RE: When do Snow Birds head south??

We leave as soon as the leaves fall in MN, Mid Oct at the latest and return mid May. We see the biggest wave the first week after Thanksgiving. Many combine Christmas and Thanksgiving as a single holiday and head south after thanksgiving.
pawatt 11/01/21 10:31pm Snowbirds
RE: Land border closed to Canada

From KRGV News Oct 12, 2021. WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. will reopen its land borders to nonessential travel next month, ending a 19-month freeze due to the COVID-19 pandemic as the country moves to require all international visitors to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Vehicle, rail and ferry travel between the U.S. and Canada and Mexico has been largely restricted to essential travel, such as trade, since the earliest days of the pandemic. The new rules, to be announced Wednesday, will allow fully vaccinated foreign nationals to enter the U.S. regardless of the reason for travel starting in early November, when a similar easing of restrictions is set to kick in for air travel into the country. By mid-January, even essential travelers seeking to enter the U.S., like truck drivers, will need to be fully vaccinated. Senior administration officials previewed the new policy late Tuesday on the condition of anonymity to speak ahead of the formal announcement. Both Mexico and Canada have pressed the U.S. for months to ease restrictions on travel that have separated families and curtailed leisure trips since the onset of the pandemic. The latest move follows last month's announcement that the U.S. will end country-based travel bans for air travel, and instead require vaccination for foreign nationals seeking to enter by plane. Both policies will take effect in early November, the officials said. They did not specify a particular date. The new rules only apply to legal entry to the U.S. Officials cautioned that those seeking to enter illegally will still be subject to expulsion under so-called Title 42 authority, first invoked by former President Donald Trump, that has drawn criticism from immigration advocates for swiftly removing migrants before they can seek asylum. One of the officials said the U.S. was continuing the policy because cramped conditions in border patrol facilities pose a COVID-19 threat. According to the officials, travelers entering the U.S. by vehicle, rail and ferry will be asked about their vaccination status as part of the standard U.S. Customs and Border Protection admissions process. At officers' discretion, travelers will have their proof of vaccination verified in a secondary screening process. Unlike air travel, for which proof of a negative COVID-19 test is required before boarding a flight to enter the U.S., no testing will be required to enter the U.S. by land or sea, provided the travelers meet the vaccination requirement. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. will accept travelers who have been fully vaccinated with any of the vaccines approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization, not just those in use in the U.S. That means that the AstraZeneca vaccine, widely used in Canada, will be accepted. Officials said the CDC was still working to formalize procedures for admitting those who received doses of two different vaccines, as was fairly common in Canada. The delay in the vaccination requirement for essential cross-border travel is meant to provide truck drivers and others with additional time to get a shot and minimize potential economic disruption from the vaccination mandate, officials said. All told, the new procedures move toward a policy based on the risk profiles of individuals, rather than less targeted country-based bans. The vaccination requirement for foreign nationals comes as the White House has moved to impose sweeping vaccination-or-testing requirements affecting as many as 100 million people in the U.S. in an effort to encourage holdouts to get shots. On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Labor completed the initial draft of an emergency regulation that will require employers of 100 workers or more to demand their employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 or tested weekly. The Office of Management and Budget is now reviewing the order before its implementation. Mexico has not put in place any COVID-19 entry procedures for travelers. Canada allows entry of fully-vaccinated individuals with proof of vaccination against COVID-19 as well as proof of a negative test conducted within 72 hours of entry to the country.
pawatt 10/12/21 10:06pm Snowbirds
RE: Land border closed to Canada

We open our land border to the U.S. to "non-essential" visitors so they can look after their owned property here in Canada but we can't do the same for our owned property we own in the U.S.,, sure we can fly over but we can't drive across in our RV's and other than protecting the airline industry I simply can't see how it's safer to stuff a couple of hundred people into a aluminum tube with a closed ventilation system opposed to me and my wife going through your border in our truck and driving down to Florida?? I actually sent an E-Mail to Biden reminding him on how we share the longest border in the world and we are the only people that go to the U.S. with money, health insurance and leave when we're supposed to not to mention that Canadians own over $15 billion worth of property in Florida alone and spend around $5 billion a year while we're there! I'm seriously considering selling my RV lot, let's see how long this post stays up,, Actually I agree with you and the post will stay up as long as the politics don't get out of hand.
pawatt 09/29/21 10:21pm Snowbirds
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