The day after Christmas almost two feet of snow hit certain parts of the Northeast, shuttering major airports in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia and Boston. The storm threw a wrench in millions of travel plans across the globe, and let’s face it, a lot of people, especially in New York City, were bummed, big time.
But not in Ancram, New York.
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I am told to empty the contents of my camera bags on the ground for the German Shepard to sniff. Leila, Nazir and I are ushered to another room. We are searched and walk through a metal detector. They tell us to go outside where the dog sniffs us for explosives.
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