Seriously wyrddsmith, there is no law that prohibits the photography of a border station. I hate when people throw around the term "illegal" when it's not.
Yes, I know a thing or two about physical security, and you have made a classic error regarding where to place your concern. The border station is not the "asset" to be protected, it is the "mechanism" to administer protection. If a terrorist were to exploit the vulnerabilities of a border station (especially a small one like this), it would be a wonderful misapplication of adversary resources. Better Forest City than Times Square you might say. We can only hope they are dumb enough to focus their attentions here.
I suppose if you were one of the people working on the contract to do the work, you might feel differently. Federal money is being spent all over the country; you should feel good that some is being spent in Montana.
Yeeaaah, I think 99.8% of American citizens would vehemently oppose such a measure. Along with 98.1% of Canadians and 81% of Mexicans. That ain't happenin anytime soon.
I do think it's cool though that travel (at least up until now) between those three countries has been relatively easy.
Sweet border picture.
By the way, thanks for the location correction on my picture of the Calais-St. Stephen border crossing.
Greetings from Virginia!
Saludos desde Buenos Aires, Argentina. ¡Muy bonita fotografía!
Greetings from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Very nice photo!
Hmm, I didn't do that. If you scroll up to the Canadian border, you will see this same photo pinned in the correct location. Someone else created the Wikipedia link and used this photo om their description of Scobey. I will see if I can undo it or replace it with a photo of downtown.
mmmm que rico el friiito,. y el hielito.
que puedo decir sin comentarios
mmmm..pos ase muchoooo frio
y pos que bonito esta pero ahy mucho polvo
y mucho malandro jajjajaja.
no es cierto muy calmado linda pick.
This is a wonderful collection of border points....