Bridge over the Niagara River
Traveling from Canada to the United States is usually fun...but sometimes a little slo-o-ow-w-w when the traffic is heavy. Last time we were a kilometre or two from the border, I had plenty of time to take photos while cars and trucks moved at a snail's pace.
Duty free shop signs
I thought about getting out of the car to take touristy-type photos, but there were signs warning us to stay in our cars. We were all captives.
But wait! The passenger in the car ahead must not have read the signs. She jumped out and ran across the parking lot to a johnny-on-the-spot. Would she make it back to the car before it got to the bridge? She took a long, long time... would she make it?
Ummmm. Are we supposed to be wearing life jackets? I thought we were going to drive OVER the bridge.
Flags at the middle of the bridge marking the international border
What's that ahead? The border? But what does that sign mean, autos prohibited? (Yep, your right that sign meant no cars in THAT lane.)
That's 2 KILOMETRES per hour, a little more than mile an hour
Actually, the 2 km per hour was a bit of an exaggeration. It took us nearly 90 minutes to travel two kilometres. And I never did discover why the traffic was moving so slowly.
Will I ever cross into the U.S. again? You betcha! :)
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