$25 Showers!

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Stevo Reno's Comment
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LOL @ RD, Only thing being lost here is pounds!! Had dropped from 267 to 242 on the truck. Here, think without a scale, am around 235ish, goin "native foods" lol and smaller portions even.....

There's a dirt path from houses down to the road (1/4 mile maybe).. Well right here, it's a hill, and I'm guessing it's an 8 degree downhill slope. And OMG, It's brutal (for me) to go down or up!! Lol good exercise, but, I only walk it IF, I have too!! Further along, is 2 or 3 other woop-dee-doo hills, not as bad. Kids run up n down this stuff like nothing lol

I got me a lil Suzuki SUV 4x4 manual, so LESS walking to the road for scooter rides into town πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

BK's Comment
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LOL @ RD, Only thing being lost here is pounds!! Had dropped from 267 to 242 on the truck. Here, think without a scale, am around 235ish, goin "native foods" lol and smaller portions even.....

There's a dirt path from houses down to the road (1/4 mile maybe).. Well right here, it's a hill, and I'm guessing it's an 8 degree downhill slope. And OMG, It's brutal (for me) to go down or up!! Lol good exercise, but, I only walk it IF, I have too!! Further along, is 2 or 3 other woop-dee-doo hills, not as bad. Kids run up n down this stuff like nothing lol

I got me a lil Suzuki SUV 4x4 manual, so LESS walking to the road for scooter rides into town πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

I heard that a cannibal diet will help anyone lose weight. That’s why no one living in the Philippine jungles is fat.

TCB's Comment
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Reserved parking in Petro Ontario CA is $38

Probably the same at the TA across the street. Last year it was $25. They are both paid only. They both require you to go through a gait, get a ticket, and hand it to a cashier on the way out. Even to scale a load. There is a grace period. The can get backed up at the cashier.

PackRat's Comment
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Reserved parking in Petro Ontario CA is $38

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Probably the same at the TA across the street. Last year it was $25. They are both paid only. They both require you to go through a gait, get a ticket, and hand it to a cashier on the way out. Even to scale a load. There is a grace period. The can get backed up at the cashier.

Is it still as before: spend $$$ inside, or purchase XXX gallons of diesel and park 24 hours "for free", just show the gate guard the receipts on the way out? That's the method I always used there in Ontario.

Stevo Reno's Comment
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Think it could still be that way PackRat, was last we had go there....and a lost ticket was $100 too, maybe they jacked it higher too lol......I sure don't miss living in my home state, of Cali !!!

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