Is the Canadian Side Prettier?
I’ll never know as I did not see the American side. I could see a large group of people standing on an overlook across the falls—but there were dozens along the Canadian side.
Wrought iron fencing atop sone fencing, large stone buildings reminiscent of WPA days in the US extended for at least a mile or more along the river and Falls.
Boats maneuvered up the river for a closer look at the Falls, there was a tunnel to look at the Falls from the base.
At the edge of those daffodils is a sheer dropoff—into the rushing water that is the Falls. Hundreds if not sevearl thousand are planted here–and I wondered at how that happened.
A rookery could be spotted with dozens of gulls. Reportedly there are over a hundred speicies of gulls and terns here. It is also the diverse population of fish with both commonly found southern and northern fish in the waters.
And there was a rainbow when the sun came out at the end of our time.
And just to prove that I was there. Here I am with chattering teeth.