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Contest #23

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March 28th, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | 7 comments

7 Responses to “Contest #23”

  1. I’ve found this on the map, though I’m not quite sure what its name is. Point Roberts? It’s a few miles south of Vancouver, but the south is in the USA: the border runs along that road just north of the golf course on the west side. So I guess you have to go through Canada to get there by road. (Weird.)

  2. You should have included the international boundary! That would have made it interesting. This is Point Roberts, the southern part of which is part of Washington, U.S.A., and the northern part of which is part of B.C., Canada. My that border by the golf course and cul-de-sacs looks fiercely guarded. Trivia here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point_Roberts,_Washington

  3. Point Roberts, Washington State, USA – located to the south of Tsawwassen, British Columbia, CANADA. 49N can be seen as the border between the houses and trees in the west part of the picture. To get from Point Roberts by land into the rest of the USA, you have to travel through Canada.

  4. It is Point Roberts, near Vancouver (Canada).
    A border between Canada (Northern part) and the USA (southern part)

  5. This looks like Point Roberts, Washington, right on the border with Canada.

  6. Point Roberts, WA

  7. Point Roberts, Washington. Accessible by road only via Canada.

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