Red Carpet Inn
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... to the top level of the boat. Dale and Cooper went underneath and just after we left Sam decided to go underneath as well. Probably a good decision by him...... We took some nice photos, watched the falls get closer...... And closer....... And closer......until we wear right in the horseshoe and it was like torrential rain pouring down on us!!! Lots of people, the smart ones, ran down to the level below, but we stayed up, deciding ...
... and were able to ride the sidewalk across the Peace Bridge. It was nauseating with a solid line of semis passing on my immediate left and the river way down below to my right. I was glad to be on solid ground in Canadian customs. A worker told us to just cut in one of the lines of cars to talk to an official. When we got up there, I was too honest when answering the security questions. I told her I had pepper spray because it was mounted to my handlebars in full ...
... boards and artifacts from the early European times when the Gorge was being used to create hydro-electricity. There is still a power station in the gorge which supplies a large amount of electricity to America's north-east. There was also some really interesting information displayed about how ice bridges are formed when the river is jammed with ice floes. When this happens people are able to walk on the river below the falls. In earlier times there would be street stalls ...
... drowsy. I browsed the radio stations and did some driver’s yoga, and then stopped at a roadside service center. One thing new on this road trip is the “Text Areas” that are along the sides of the highway in additional to the typical rest areas and service centers. This is what it’s coming to…:/ No more delayed gratification. But that’s a whole other rant.
Back to the trip… I grabbed an ice water ...
... large so they require water to keep them that way.......well, approx 2/3rds of a lake fell on me in the morning but it is still a beautiful place. The winter olympics were held there many years ago and appear to be ignored by the Brits.The roads, as with most so far, were quite deserted and the surface moslty good despite the rain. There was a warning sign with a picture of ...