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Wordless Wednesday: Along the Border

As I’ve mentioned before on this blog, my family farms just north of the Canada-United States border in southern Manitoba. We have some land on the border. To give you an idea I thought I’d share a few photos of the borderline in this Wordless Wednesday blog post. I spent this past weekend at the farm helping my family work on our land along the Manitoba-North Dakota border. Who needs to go to the gym when you spend all afternoon picking some very heavy rocks?! Happy Wednesday!

A marker identifying the Canada-United States border. This side says," Convention of London."
This side says, "October 20th, 1818."
Our fence running along the border. Manitoba, Canada to the right; North Dakota, USA to the left.
A silhouette of my dad working on our fence along the border taken at sunset.
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3 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Along the Border

    1. Lol. Very true! In this case it’s because the field on the North Dakota side is cultivated and ours was pasture (grass) for the cattle – not anymore though. We just broke up that pasture. Next year we will plant a crop on that land.

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