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T O P I C     R E V I E W
Member # 2323
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Now that Canada has finally done away with its mask mandate, i can plan a trip on the Canadian again. This time I plan to ride in January. Never did the trip in winter before. Should be fun. Hopefully the dome will be there for us coach passengers.
Gilbert B Norman
Member # 1541
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Sounds as if, Jim, you are into a four night "low level assault course".

Oh, and where did I get that line from? It's a line of script within the movie "Caught on a Train". From one who has "been over a time or two", it's a reasonably authentic flick, even if all the on-board filming is done aboard equipment standing at the Ostend, BE station. There are also authentic scenes shot at Frankfurt/Main as well.

To each his own of course; but grief, even at your, I somehow think, "thirtysomething" age, if it were me, someone best have a Ruger to my head before I'd even think of such a masochistic adventure.
Gilbert B Norman
Member # 1541
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Well Jim, if you R-E-A-L-L-Y plan to go through with your "assault course", this will not impact you.

Anyone else planning a "Canadian" journey - where anyone else around here would be riding - this development could greatly impact your plans.

Take heart Jim, I once knew face to face a "most economical gentleman". He would ride "Segunda" in Mexico!!!

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