Monday, February 04, 2008

Weak U.S. Dollar Lures Canadian RVers

Settled for the season into the Turquoise Valley Golf Course and RV Park in their luxury motorhome, Macdonald takes note of how a weak U.S. dollar has made life richer for the thousands of Canadians who routinely spend winters in America.

"There's a lot of taxes on liquor and gas in Canada, so it has always been cheaper in the United States, but now with the strong (Canadian) dollar it's even more so," said Macdonald, who migrated from her home in Ontario to Naco, just a stone's throw from the Mexican border, in her bus-sized motorhome.

Across Arizona, Texas and Florida -- all traditional hotspots for wintering Canadian retirees -- the story is similar...
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