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September 10, 2010

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Ray Girvan

That's a remarkable image. The amount of talus behind the waterfall (see enlargement http://www.niagarafrontier.com/image/Amfallsdewatered1.jpg ) is perfectly normal when you think about it, but quite unexpected. It explains why so many people have got thoroughly smashed up in attempts to dive (often in barrels) over the falls.

John F. Ptak

Yes, I agree all the way around Ray. Talus is a fabulous word, too.

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