Tons of sightings yesterday BC Hwy 1 (sorry no pics) - Fiberglass RV

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Old 07-28-2014, 02:11 PM   #1
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Tons of sightings yesterday BC Hwy 1 (sorry no pics)

no pics as i was driving but i must have seen about 15+ FGRV tralers between Chilliwack and Kelowna yesterday in just a few hours (almost got whiplash) there were- Bolers, a Uhal unit, a few Trilliums, a bigfoot a couple scamps- all small units 10-14 feet all of them were headed towards the coast (all but one i followed into kelowna) was there an event going on over the weekend that i missed?

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Old 07-29-2014, 09:49 PM   #3
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I travel that road for work throughout the day. I saw three on Friday. 15 is a lot but very plausible around here I think.
I'm in the home service industry and I'm forever seeing bolers and trilliums parked "out back" around greater vancouver. There must be hundreds, perhaps more, in this city.
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Saw a newer model Boler today at our new Burger King outlet [yes, now we have one]. Nice crisp, clean lines. Looked good. TV was a black Toyota truck. Newfoundland & Labrador plates. And I should say... Gander, NL
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Jeremy, on Sat I spotted 4 smaller Bigfoot, a cadet and Boler heading eastbound on Hwy 1 between Chilliwack and Abbotsford. Monday I saw a 17 ft Boler and a trillium heading back towards Vancouver at the same spot. I was thinking the same thing, where is everyone going? Lol

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