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Niagara Falls - Bridal Veil Falls, American Side - Frozen - Winter 2013-2014

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It is not too often in history that Niagara Falls freezes over. In 1911, both the American and Canadian sides of the Falls froze over. This year, Bridal Veil Falls, an area of the Niagara River that falls over the Niagara Escarpment on the American side of the Canada-U.S. border, has almost frozen over. You can see by the mist that some part of it is still flowing. Temperatures in Southern Ontario and Upper New York State have been below zero on both the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales for most of the Winter season. Enjoy!
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Yes, thanks for reminding me about Shea's theater. I remember hearing about all the great shows there growing up. I grew up in Toronto Ontario and Buffalo was always 'across the lake' from me - Lake Ontario that is, not Lake Erie! :) Now I'm in Hamilton at the west end of Lake Ontario and Buffalo being at the east end of Lake Erie, we're still only an hour apart - tat is depending on the wait time at the border! :) Hope your snow isn't too high these days! Cheers! Beth 54, aka A.A. Sue


we also have some beautiful architecture here! and some really nice theaters like Shea's.


P.S. In the backdrop, you can see downtown Buffalo - a great spot to visit! They have wonderful restaurants and shopping malls there! Beth54 aka A.A. Sue

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