Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls, Canadian side. Originally we were planning to stop on both sides of the falls, but we forgot to bring our passports out of the hotel the first time we walked down there (our hotel was on the Canadian side) so we weren’t sure if they’d let us back in the US without those. Also, once I saw the falls from the Canadian side, I couldn’t really see how the US side would be any better. We went down there 3 times — 5pm (which is when the light made rainbows), 10pm (for night shots) and noon the next day.

Other than that… nothing exciting to report. Nothing interesting to say about Canada so far; it’s just Canada. We haven’t encountered anything particularly weird or unusual. Sometimes the websites do weird things, like Facebook asks me if I want to use Canadian French on the front page. Oh, and the fortune cookies at dinner were in French and English. It’s fun to try and decipher cookie fortunes with what I remember from high school French. Anyway, I digress. Here are pictures:

Looking at Bridal Veil Falls through a maple treeView of Horseshoe Falls and Niagara Falls, ON skyline
Top pictures:
#1 Looking at Bridal Veil Falls through a maple tree.
#2 View of Horseshoe Falls and Niagara Falls, ON skyline

Bottom pictures:
#3 Rainbow on Horseshoe Falls in the afternoon
#4 Rainbow smoke at the base of the Bridal Veil Falls
#5 Rainbow over Horseshoe Falls
#6 Seagull flying towards Horseshoe Falls
#7 Rainbow in the Horseshoe Falls at night
#8 Bridal Veil Falls at night; seems to have some American pride?

Rainbow on Horseshoe Falls in the afternoonRainbow smoke at the base of the Bridal Veil FallsRainbow over Horseshoe FallsSeagull flying towards Horseshoe FallsRainbow in the Horseshoe Falls at nightBridal Veil Falls at night; seems to have some American pride?

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