The top is black due to the curved roof.
We had to walk through the center of the casino for lunch time.
After the conference was over I drove 5 miles to a small quilt store and then 5 miles back to the Falls where I almost took a wrong turn onto the Rainbow Bridge to Canada but eventually found parking so I could take a "little" walk through NF State Park. I didn't find the map until I was ready to leave or I would have planned my hike a bit better.
I started on the left and walked down to the gorge (red) and the American Falls.
Then I continued up river which really showed how quickly the water was moving down stream.
Then I walked over the pedestrian bridge towards Goat Island.
Then I walked down to Luna Island which was basically at water level!
Then I walked back up towards the Canadian falls (green line)
|looking one more time towards the American falls - |
the group of people is down on Luna Island
|stairs down to the Canadian Falls. |
This is when my phone was going wild -
I must have wandered into a Canadian cell service zone
|Check out that mist!|
Lets just say I wasn't making any impressions with my sopping wet hair
I took my dinner back over to the park but I never found a picnic table. What kind of park doesn't have picnic tables???
|The lights coming on across the river on the Canadian side were fun to watch|
|It didn't photo well but there are blue and red lights on the falls at dusk|
That leaves me at the purple line to try to get back to my car before it was too dark in the park. Luckily if you left after 6, parking was free. Whoo hoo for me.
Now that I have the park map I hope I can go back and hike the rest of it some day as this was a pretty quickly paced hike before it got dark. I'm still going to hedge that it was a good 3 or 4 miles. Smart people would have logged it on their Fitbit...