Monday, August 6, 2007

Bluewater Bridge to U.S.A.

I live in Sarnia, Ontario, and just on the other side of the bridge is Port Huron, Michigan. What is Sarnia known for? The "chip" trucks under the bridge. Those trucks make the best fries!

7 comments:

Ila said...

Wow! What a beautiful photo. One side of the bridge Ontario and another country on the other side...amazing...can't believe I never even knew of this. TFS

Corie said...

What a beautiful picture. Love the banner too.

Maria said...

Very pretty picture. Is it easy to cross the bridge to US? Isn't cool to be able to travel back and forth from country to country!

Maria

Suzi said...

Love the picture!!! I lost all of my Canda pics (Toronto & Niagra Falls) when my computer died last year :( I also had some really cool pics we had taken in Cincinatti Ohio where they had a walking bridge between Ohio & Kentucky. Now, I'll need a passport to go back to Canada & retake my pics!

Anonymous said...

I need to send you a pic of my girls at that bridge. Just went over the 4th. Very massive bridge, just like the Mackinac. Spartymom

Jan Scholl said...

a few years ago I went to Port Huron from Flushing as the Gratiot lighthouse was open for touring on Halloween. I am horribly afraid of heights and was the last one up and just when I got up, the lights on the bridge popped on and it was gorgeous. I stood onthe rim of the light house as the search lights went round and round and was amazed. then of course, I had to go down and I cried-from fear of falling and that I would never see anything so pretty again. it was the only time in the last 35 years I missed Halloween at my house. but it was worth it.

Thanh said...

You took that photo at such a beautiful moment in time Beth!