A Conversation for Canada

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Post 1

Amy Pawloski, aka 'paper lady'--'Mufflewhump'?!? click here to find out... (ACE)

'It stretches from the latitude of California...' Last I looked, the borders of California and Canada are nowhere near each other...


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Post 2

anhaga

the latitude of California. Check out the latitude of Point Pelee in southern Ontario. It's the same as northern California. I didn't say they shared a border. Turkey, for example, is also at the same latitude as California.smiley - smiley


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Post 3

Amy Pawloski, aka 'paper lady'--'Mufflewhump'?!? click here to find out... (ACE)

smiley - doh

Yep, I'll check the globesmiley - smiley (Not that I don't believe you, but I never noticed before... I've sort of got '49th Parallel' ingrained...)


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Post 4

anhaga

Maine sticks up over the line, too. Actually, there's an island (Pelee Island even further south in Lake Erie, and it's Canadian too.


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Post 5

Amy Pawloski, aka 'paper lady'--'Mufflewhump'?!? click here to find out... (ACE)

Yeah, I know Maine sticks up over the line, and the line moves around a bit of iron ore, but I was thinking that the southernmost bit of border was at 49. But then again, I *am* the product of the US education systemsmiley - tongueout


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Post 6

anhaga

Don't worry about it. I put in those geographical extremes to try to point out what a quirky and large piece of geography the country is.smiley - smiley


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Post 7

Amy Pawloski, aka 'paper lady'--'Mufflewhump'?!? click here to find out... (ACE)

Oh, I'm not worried--just a bit embarrassed that I pointed out what I thought was an error, in error...


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