Where is that? Google didn't find it but did find this Stanstead/Beebe Plain house which straddles the border.There is a point on the US/Quebec border where there is a bar. The line on the floor in the border. So you can go the bar on the Quebec side and drink till 3am. The bar on the NY side closes earlier. The building is between the 2 crossing posts.
Outside you can drink on the border post!!
From the Quebec side it's Dundee. We always went by boat from Cornwall or Lancaster Ontario. DH grew up in that area. Been a few too many years. The place has probably been closed down after 911 or burnt to the ground!!Where is that? Google didn't find it but did find this Stanstead/Beebe Plain house which straddles the border.
1. It's a bargain (or was) - $109K for a almost 7,000-square-foot house (some TLC required).
2. Some security/boarder issues brought on by the 9/11. The house has entrances from the United States and Canada. Border agents have come to know the people who live in the house and allow them to move back and forth freely as long as they stay in the house or the tiny front or backyard.
I didn't realize Canada was a different country until I was about 10 years old because we regularly went on Sunday drives and went across the International Bridge "The Sault" to sight see. I just thought it was another "state" because it was just our neighboring town/locale.The longest country-to-country border in the world is between the US and Canada... and the entire border is kept free of trees for a width of 20 or more feet. It's called the US-Canada border slash.