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... rocks so it took me longer to navigate with my bad knees but it wasn’t difficult. We took the other route on the way back.
It was neat to see water flowing upstream along the USA bank side before the whirlpool. There’s an open rock shelf just past the whirlpool (and the Whirlpool Aerocar) where you can get right next to the water. The wet rocks are as slippery as snot and I fell on my butt the first time I stepped onto them so I didn’t get ...
... to us and within the next half hour they all had to get off the plane die to a felt tyre. There's a bit of panic as lots of people have connecting flights and they are trying to get some people on other flights. While Christmas songs play in the background we are all feeling fairly relaxed I think. It would be nice to just get there though. I feel like this is where our holiday starts and hope we can relax without rushing out every day.
After waking up at around 9 (a much nicer time than before) we went out to start the day with The Maid Of The Mist which gave us great views of the falls. We also did the Cave Of The Winds where you walk around the bottom of the waterfall and get drenched! Luckily we had complimentery ponchos ...
Found a great campground (Campark) on Lundys Lane so we settled in for a few days. There was a tourist transit bus that stopped right at the campground so it made easy to get around. We saw the falls at night, they were all lit up and AWESOME is the best word to describe it. Hooked up with some friends the next day and did the tourist ...
... is more excited, me or Jim. We make our way to the boat and luckily we are two of 600 people who get to board this Maid of the Mist. In just a few minutes we are navigating the river toward the falls; water is rush over us as we get closer. We reach the bottom of the Falls; the boat runs both 350 hp engines full force just to keep the boat steady in one place so people can take some pictures and admire the view.