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... and Bridal Veil falls in New York State, and the Canadian Horseshoe falls in Ontario. They drop over 50 meters to the gorge below with the smaller American side releasing 570,000 Liters per second and the larger Canadian side over 2,200,000 Liters per second. It hurtles over the sharp edges releasing water droplets into the air and shrouding the valley with a fine mist One fifth of all the fresh water in the world lies in the 4 upper Great Lakes; Erie, Michigan, ...
... to gain fame, some as part of their work in movies and some because they are just plain stupid. Jean François Blondin Gravelet (Blondini) walked over the falls on a wire in 1859, he was the first person to do this and he created a craze for the next 35 years. October 24 1901 (Kate Dinnings's birthday but a few years later of course) 63-year-old Michigan school teacher Annie Edson Taylor was the first person to go over the falls in a barrel as a ...
... Erie, PA, a place neither Lewis or I had been before. It was neat to see the old buildings filled with funky shops. It has that old village feel, minus the charm. Taking route 5 (an official Scenic Byway that follows the outline of Lake Erie) was really great, and kind of what this trip is all about. We got to see stunning views of the lake (did you know Lake Erie had cliffs?! I didn't), pretty little creeks meandering to the lake, and more vineyards than I have seen in a long time. ...
... he said it was time for a driver swap! Brian seconded that and his driving time was adjourned at 12:18pm. He stopped at a gas station for another refueling. When that station lacked a restroom we resorted to the Home Depot next door. By rule, the restroom was in the opposite corner that we entered, so we got to peruse HD. When Brian and I got back to the truck, Dad was consuming the last bites of the free hot dog he received on his way out. Brian ...
... do this to go into Canada and then again by American border officers to get back into America but they were a little more considerate, we didn't have to all pile out of the bus on the way back, he just came in and collected out passports to review.
We had lunch at the Falls View Room at the Sheraton which was beautiful, the food and the view. After lunch we got to see the falls from the Canadian side and we were to explore the whirlpool and Goats Island however ...