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Discussion in 'Photos' started by sfarson, Jun 16, 2012.
On a recent trip I camped at this spot.
Using my imagination I can almost see the wagon wheel ruts.
Apparently they got it wrong back in 1842. But just by a few feet, enough so that some of the houses are in Canada and some in the United States. Some of the houses even have the boundary running through them. This has made for some interesting situations. One involved 30 days of incarceration for a local who went acrost the unmanned border to get gas. It created a bit of an international dispute. It is also the only place in Maine you cannot get to from Maine without going into Canada first .