Year 2 – July 27, 2013 Two Cities Two Countries



I got stuck in a long line headed to Ontario today.  Of all my years of travel, today’s line was probably the longest.  I am glad that even though the lines were long – they moved pretty quickly.  The nice part of the line is that it provided me opportunity to notice things that I wouldn’t normally noticed before.  Like the International Boundary Line.  I think when I took that picture, I was in Canada and United at the same time.  Whoa!!

While waiting for the line to resume, I had a chance to snap a photo of big ships in Sarnia and something that looks like factories in Port Huron.  How about that.  I got a few of two cities and two countries in one frame.



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