cbobcat49 wrote:That's really interesting how a little ice bridge formed on top of the flow of the upper falls.
Isn't that wild? In those shots, there's two pretty cool things. 1) That ice bridge and 2) look at the right flank of the falls - There's animal tracks (I assume deer) in the snow going up (or down?) the snow and ice covered rocks. Not that we could see much detail, but we couldn't see any evidence of the deer slipping or sliding or losing its footing. Deer -- Nature's true Falls Climbers.