Well, Vicki, be sure to let me know when you are coming to Canada. It is even more beautiful when you go north of Niagara and up into Georgian Bay country. I can help you with a route when you are ready.
I visit the US quite a bit and am presently applying for the Nexus pass. It is a security encoded pass that lets you avoid customs and security checks when enterine and leaving the states which also means skipping past long line ups. It is only $50 and is good for 5 years. I figure 5 years of relief from lineups is worth it.
We love the US national parks and many state parks for our photography. I wish you could see my article on China this month. It is in PhotoLife magazine, but unlikely that you can get it in your state. You can see a preview on www.photolife.com though, but I actually got 7 pages and the layout they did this time is lovely. I am just so happy about it.
I really appreciate your comments and, as you can see, I did take your advice. I would really like to seek out a video or two on oral health to post on the site but it is so expensive that I really need free ones. Not too likely for that I suppose.
Anyway, thanks. If you are ever on MSN messenger, my address is firstname.lastname@example.org . We can chat live then.
My husband and I drove with our two children to the Northeast in June for a family vacation. On the way home, we considered stopping by Niagara Falls and going into Canada to sightsee from the Canadian side. None of us have ever been to Canada, so we thought that would be fun. Actually we hear the Falls are even more beautiful from the Canadian side anyway. Well, we found out we needed proof of citizenship for our children (birth certificate, passport, or some other such document that we didn't happen to have with us), so we had to scrap that idea. We'll have to save that for another family vacation some other time! In any case, I thought of that now that I have a new Canadian friend. :-)
I hope your summer is going well...