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Old 03-25-2018, 05:15 PM
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As usual, we will be in residence at our cabin in Atlin BC from around June 1 through September 1. About 50 miles off (S of) the Alaska Highway. Anyone passing through is welcome to stop and visit. Vlad can attest to the semi-primitive accommodations. Email or pm me for further info. And I have a key to the fuel pump there....

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A king size bed and a running water in the cabinette is a semi-primitive? In this part of the world it's a 5-star accommodation Greg. Did I mention it's free and comes with a healthy breakfast? Look what I got in Russia as a transient for a mighty $40 and no borsch.

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Old 03-29-2018, 06:26 AM
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Can anyone confirm that I/we do NOT need 12 N numbers for this trip through Canada?

Seems to me that we are fine with 3???

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Old 03-29-2018, 06:41 AM
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Can anyone confirm that I/we do NOT need 12 N numbers for this trip through Canada?

Seems to me that we are fine with 3???

CJ
Here is what AOPA has to say about the 12" numbers in the USA.

I am not an expert on Canada but when I flew the Alaska Highway to Alaska and back, Transport Canada had the same requirements at the USA so the 12" numbers were NOT necessary to cross Canada from the lower 48 into Alaska. Since there are some areas in Alaska that are an ADIZ, IF you want to fly in them then you may need 12" numbers.
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