|Niagara is all about rain ponchos, to avoid
getting completely soaked! It’s more that just
rain or mist. More like standing in a shower of cold water.
|The classic “must-do” Maid of the Mist tour,
in which you and several hundred of your blue
poncho clad friends go into the belly of the beast,
right next to the roaring waterfall.
|Of course, we had to inch just a
little bit closer, with the Journey
Behind the Falls tour.
|We are here! Did you know that 20% of the fresh
water in the world (besides ice) is held in the
Great Lakes, which ALL flow into Niagara?
|Back in 1901, a 63 year old woman was
the first to survive a Niagara Falls stunt.
Officials only allow a stunt once a
generation, every 20 years. The most
recent was Nick Wallenda crossing on
a tight rope in 2012.