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... to near base of falls and into tunnels that go 1/3 of the way across behind the falls with portals which open out behind the falling water.
The feeling in your bones was like standing in front of a base speaker at a rock concert :)..
Then a mad scramble to catch the last Bus to pick up the car before the parking lot closed for the night..
... we were good to go. In a few minutes we are going to walk to the front of the campground and catch the bus to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls and see what it looks like from there. We will likely have supper there. Should be fun!
Most of the rest of the blog tonight will be pictures. Hope you enjoy them. We drove 40 miles today.
PS. We went downtown to see the falls from the Canadian side, ate supper and had a wonderful time. By the ...
A closer inspection of Niagara Falls was the order of the day. Our journey commenced at the Niagara Falls visitor centre. First on the tour was Niagara's Fury, a 3D experience of the falls, complete with water....ahh that's what the poncho's were for. We got more than a little wet, but only a sample of what was to come. The tunnels of terror were next. You can walk behind the falls and view the falling stream of water from 2 ...
... t have been so challenging), we decided to go ahead and do the Maid of the Mist thing. We walked up the park (a few blocks' distance), bought the tickets (no line), took the elevator down (long line, but it moved fairly fast), got in line for the ponchos (ditto), got in line for the boat (10 minute wait or so; not too bad), and finally boarded. The boat ride to and near the falls was quite an experience -- what a great view of the falls (both the ...
We were up at the crack of dawn this morning after an awful nights sleep (part of the joys of camping though - we knew the risks). By daylight we could see the campsite properly and we were right in thinking that it was a state. We were packing up the camp when myself, Shellie, Stains & Deej saw a gopher which proves being the only four getting up early everyday pays off. Love abit of wildlife!! We were leaving the campsite at ...