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... A temporary dam was constructed to divert the flow of water to the Canadian side; the dam measured 600 feet (180 m) across and was made of nearly 30,000 tons of rock. The engineers cleared the rock debris and tested for safety, finishing the project in November of that year. Water flow was restored on November 25, 1969.
Before the late 20th century the northeastern end of the Horseshoe Falls was in the United States, flowing around the Terrapin Rocks, which ...
... 2. The guy who was working the computer for the overheads and movies wasn't there, and had no idea about what was happening when. Whoops #3. Pastor Eric arrived and asked for a copy of the vows which turned out to be upstairs, so I raced upstairs to get them off Brendan, who said that Sarah actually had them. Whoops #4. Mike hadn't brought the running sheet for the reception. Whoops #5. The corsages hadn't been handed out to the parents, attendants, participants in the service ...
... bad. The snow ploughs had been busy, and word hadn't got through that the Interstate was open, so traffic was light. Quite surprised, we made reasonable progress, making extra stops to de-stress, and arrived back safely in Buffalo about 3pm. A quick visit to Home Depot to get some supplies for the apartment, then off to pick up Dan and Bec whose flight from Chicago had been cancelled, and had instead flown to Toronto. They ...
The big day of nerves for all concerned. Started at the mall to buy Christmas wrapping paper. Did you ever realise just how hard it is to find a simple thing like wrapping paper and sticky tape in a large shopping centre? Anyway, after an hour we succeeded, and headed off to find Brendan's new apartment, coaxed by our ever patient GPS. The apartment is lovely - spacious and light, though they have put enormous amounts of work into ...
... lunch, I decided that I would walk to the United States via the Rainbow Bridge. After paying the toll of 50 cents, I was on my way. It takes about 10 minutes to walk along the pedestrian part of the bridge to the United States, I had to clear customs before walking through the park to the Bridal Veil Falls, which are on the United States side of the falls area.
I bought ...
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