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Subject: [Leica] OT cost of gas in Canada
From: henningw at (Henning Wulff)
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 15:20:26 -0700
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It'll be about $1.00 to $1.10Cdn a litre. $1Cdn a litre is the same 
as $3.80US a gallon right now, so go from there. You can check prices 
and compare from this site:

Canadian weather:

Weather history and statistics for Jasper:

and more historical data and statistics for 147 locations in Alberta:

Basically, the weather in the mountains is extremely variable. You 
can get hot weather, but at night it will be quite cold, and on the 
Banff-Jasper highway (which is outstandingly spectacular) you'll 
probably be driving alongside snow at some point.

>So, in the middle of June, we are planning a trip to Lake Louise and Jasper
>areas.  What is the price of regular gas and diesel doing in this fair part
>of the world?  Was pretty low (relatively speaking) down here until last
>week or so when it has shot up about 20 cents/gal.
>Also, how's the weather been?  Kind of a cold spring in Eastern Washington.
>Making the trip with relatives from Southern California and I have been
>telling them it will be cold up there the last half of June.


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