Glad you enjoyed the trip. It's too bad you didn't get to go behind the falls,
though -- that's a fantastic experience and really allows you to literally feel
the power of the falls -- the very rock around you vibrates and you can't hear
yourselves talk from the thunderous noise.

Cousin Bill wrote:

> Wives make all the difference in the world.  But I will admit, I am very
> happy that I went to Canada, even though it was for only about 7 hours or
> so.  The remnants of Isidore didn't help, but I didn't even think about the
> PMs remarks while I was there.  We had a great time, except that we weren't
> aware how early the Maid of the Mist and Journey Behind the Falls closed
> down, so we were unable to visit those.  We will definitely have to go back.
> Niagara Falls are just amazingly beautiful.  As we were walking, about the
> only thing my wife and I could say was "Sugoi" (great).
> WARNING:  A somewhat delicate subject is about to come up.  It doesn't
> violate the charter (at least I don't think it does) but some people may not
> want to read on.
> I do have a question about Rainbow Bridge.  It would seem to me that anyone
> who wanted to commit suicide couldn't find a much more beautiful place to do
> it than right there.  Absolutely no fence or anything to stop someone from
> jumping.  I guess it could also be used for murder, though I assume cameras
> or something would make it almost impossible to get away with.  But whose
> jurisdiction would that be?  I guess it would be perfect for a murder /
> suicide deal.  Marc, do you have any kind of statistics on how many people
> jump or attempt to jump?
> Bill Lewis AKA
> Cousin Bill
> Guess what!  I'm published!  Check out this link:
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Marc A. Schindler
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland

"The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and
falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark."
--Michelangelo Buonarroti

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