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Colorful Northwoods in the borderlands

Even the dull gray skies couldn’t diminish the amazing color in the landscapes along the north shore of Lake Superior this week.  Although the maples had largely dropped their red and gold leaves throughout the inland forests, the golden glow of birch and aspen leaves more than made up for it.   157 more words



Planning a road trip across the Canadian/USA border? Here’s our checklist (or a list of reminders for you seasoned PNW travellers) of things to bring and things do before you hit the road: 325 more words

American Border

Collecting a passport stamp for the Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls

Receiving a stamp in your passport for the location you are visiting always gives you a sense of accomplishment and a fun memento of your journey. 335 more words

Tales from the Border

This article was first published Jan. 11, 1995 edition of the New Hampshire Union Leader.

PITTSBURG – On the road to Canada, 12 miles past the last utility pole, 23 miles from the village and 74 miles from the last McDonald’s, the unplowed snow on U.S. 1,518 more words


Canada Expedites Construction of Wall Along US Border

OTTAWA, Ontario–As the country prepares to deal with a major influx of illegal immigrants, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today that the government has issued an order in council to begin immediate construction of a wall along the southern border.  177 more words


Don't Try to Be Funny at the Border

It’s never smart to try to “be funny” while dealing with border patrol personnel when coming back into our country.  I’d picked up two visiting grandsons, added one local grandson, and we ‘d taken a great trip on one of the car ferry boats from Bellingham (I think it was) to Fairbanks, Alaska.  171 more words

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