When you see my face you’re probably reading something more technical than adventurous, but either way I do my best to tell it like it is and infuse my opinions into the commentary…after all this is a blog and not MSN. MPG will be about 8.5 and that's if you stay below 65. In fact MPG will be 7 ish if tow and under 9 with no tow.The V10 is a brute and on anything near this length RV, MPG is fairly insensitive to tow or no tow. We didn’t pass any major mountains however we did climb many hills on this route with lots of long 6% grades.Wind was average but not anything to complain about. “Welcome to the revolution of love, to the rebellion, to out refusal as women to accept this new age of tyranny, where not just women are in danger but all regionalized people.
My first Canadian fill-up was in Whitehorse, YT and our last was just south of the Canadian Border in Lacey, WA (I didn’t finish with a fill-up in BC because fuel is so darn expensive in Canada).
We did not run the generator during this part of the trip (thanks to our solar and lithium technology upgrades).
06/14/2015 – 09/04/15 This is our entire RV Road Trip in Alaska!
I don’t think we ran the generator this entire route so we can throw that wild card out the window. Good news is the price per gallon is a little bit lower than Alaska Fuel Prices due to the US dollar being about 30% stronger than the Canadian Dollar.
If you’ve guessed we’re not too happy with these numbers, trust me, you’ve guessed right!