I live 3 miles from the Washington border crossing and as of summer 2009 we can't cross down into the US anymore without passports so it's likely that you will require one coming up into CanadaBut back to the OP's point, I think you may need a passport now, where you only needed a US drivers license the last time I went. Check that - you don't want to find out you're under documented at the border.
Sounds good. The more comfortable they are, the more you will want to use them. I have heard some good things about the Rebok skates. They didn't have much of a presence when I was still in the skate biz (i.e. before the Crosby endorsements).Could be, it's going around :lol: I retired my Tacks 852s and got a pair of Reebok 7K's a few months back - very nice indeed.
That's a pretty big drop. Your feet must have been swimming in the 852s. I've seen many parents buy skates 3 sizes too big in hopes of getting a couple of seasons out of them. They then think the skates are too small when the kids are getting blisters and sore, bloody feet. The kid's feet move around so much that they rub the skin off and they wear holes in the boots of the skates. It's sad to see the kids hate skating so much because it hurts their feet.I learned to skate in the 852s basically, and I was skating a while before I realized they were just too big I went from a 10.5 in the CCMs to a 9.5 in the Reeboks. Got them baked and all, and they are pretty nice, though a lot more flashy than the 852s. I get super jealous looks from 9 year olds all the time! :lol:
Best I can come up with, just by common sense, is that border guards wouldn't possibly be able to become experts at all the local, state, provincial, whatever, IDs that are out there in the world. It would take their already tough job and make it beyond impossible.. . .I'm just not exactly understanding how the passport makes a difference from the 3-4 other forms of ID I have.
Not really, the ones I see most now are regional. Still a big fan of the DogFish Head 90 minute IPA though, that's just about perfect. I could probably get by with that , La Fin du Monde and Chimay Blue for the rest of my life (well, maybe a few Duvels thrown in as well)Btw Jim, have you discovered any tasty new beers that deserve a tasting?