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Unless you are trying to get into Niagara Falls on any Friday or Saturday. Or god forbid on a long weekend like this. I made the huge mistake of driving into Burlington yesterday (from St Catharines) and the traffic Niagara bound was bumper to bumper the entire way. I have never seen it like that in all the years I have lived here. The entire route bumper to bumper. I had to take hwy 8 coming back and turned a normally 40 minute drive into 2 hours. If I would have taken the QEW it would have been 3 easy.

Traffic coming into Niagara over the past 5 years has tripled. I assume a lot of it is because of the revamping of Niagara Falls and the casinos. Something is going to have to be done though, the traffic is murder. Us locals are forced to take the back roads.
 

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I hear you Scott. But while you were slowly driving, bumper to bumper, did you have a chance to look at the many different license plates from all over?

Like Friendly Manitoba. :smile:
 

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GuitarsCanada said:
...All the rest are from New York heading home.
Empire State - New York
Je Me Souviens - Quebec

I think the Nova Scotia is Canada's Playground. But I also noticed that on the plates of some tractor-trailer rigs from Nova Scotia that the saying is Open For Business?:food-smiley-004:

Edit: We made it to Ottawa this past week and took a few days coming back. We visited several little towns and saw most of the locks along the Rideau Canal. Very beautiful. The traffic in general wasn't too bad but we saw license plates really from all over.
 

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I just want a place with no black flies, deer flies, horse flies, mosquitos and fresh water that is about 20 Celsius. And it doesn't go over 27 or under 20 during the day.
 
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