My wife and I have always wanted to get up there, I could probably make it work.
I have never been out of the country even to canada. If I went I would likely bring my daughter as well unless she was at her mothers house during that time which is also likely.
We do have an enhanced license here and if I were to go to canada I would likely go via Detroit.
Barely 24 hours in with the proposal and 4 likely attendees. That's actually a pretty good start.
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I would attend.
I'll put in for a "maybe", yes in quotes. Never heard of these extended licenses, but I thought the U.S. had to have passports, even to Canada?
At least with the planning this early, if we have to get passports we could budget for it. However, that means myself, the wife, and the son. But, who knows, it could be the first real 'vacation'/'trip' we take as our own family...
Edit: I guess I don't have a location set, but in Erie, PA. *Chalk me down for a very light maybe
You only need a passport for flying, for driving a picture drivers licence is fine at last check. Anyways we have lots of time to find that out. It really is a great summer vacation spot with lots to do and see. Kids will have fun too there. It's nice to see some early interest in this. SNO
I cross to the US regularly, a standard DL with picture will not get you across the border anymore (at least as a Cdn citizen crossing to US), you need a passport or enhanced DL.
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My daughter will be 18 and no DL, I assume she will need a passport and maybe her birth certificate?
Who would you even call to find out? I would bring my daughter if I go and she is not at her moms.
Thanks for the link SNO!
Awww.... As a home wine maker, I make 5 gallon batches at a time. That means if I decided to come, I'd bring a hell of a lot more just for everyone to enjoy! Wonder if home produced is technically even allowed, as in the U.S. we really aren't supposed to even cross state lines with it without proper licensing .If you meet the minimum age requirements of the province or territory you are entering, your personal baggage can also include up to:
1.5 litres of wine, or
1.14 litres of liquor, or
24 x 355 ml cans or bottles (8.5 litres) of beer or ale
If you plan to import more than the provincial limit, you must contact the provincial authority and get permission before you arrive. In most provinces, the limit is 9.1 litres (2 gallons). However, some provinces allow more.