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A great, striking way to celebrate Canada's "border" city. Find a parking spot nearby and walk on over to get a picture beside the markers.
Essentially, there are orange beams that line a small section of Lloydminster. Maybe I'm missing something, but I was not awed by what was offered. I was looking for more of an explanation, more reason behind what is seemingly a bland choice to mark the "Border City". Traffic was busy around the area, so I would keep that in mind.... 更多
I lived in Lloydminster for about 20 years. I grew up close by. I saw the markers go up. I thought the yellow line on the sidewalk that was used when I was a child and up until the markers went up to be much nicer. Never had to worry about the yellow line falling over in high winds either.
I missed the posts the first time through, but someone pointed out to look for the orange posts, so I found them the next time. I would have thought there would have been bigger signage to identify the border cross, but they are small. The posts go for a ways down the border line. Not much to look at unfortunately.
Lloydminster is a novelty in that the main street is the Provincial Border between Alberta and Saskatchewan. Located behind City Hall along Hwy 17, they have erected 4 tall thin markers that are painted orange. While it is unique, it really only requires a quick stop for a photo op.
I live in this border city of Lloydminster but clearly did not pay much attention to the publicity surrounding the Border Markers as they were being erected. I was just a bit confused why these big orange traffic cones were being placed on the corner of the main street. We have since learned that the historical border is actually4 blocks... 更多