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Exquisite Iced Foliage, Canadian Side of Niagara Falls
The tourist will never feel the full majestic grandeur of the Niagara Falls until he has seen them from all points and at all seasons; until he has stood below and seen its flood of waters pour from the very vault of heaven; until he has passed behind its watery veil and felt the buffeting of its imprisoned air, or stood beside the Whirlpool Rapids and felt the utter impotence of man. He will never know their indescribable beauty until he has watched the very center of the Horse Shoe or wandered in the wooded aisles of Goat Island or by the fairy cascades of the Three Sisters. He will never understand their wonderful voice until he has listened to the thunder of the Horse Shoe, which Eugene Thayer, the great organist, declared "was not a roar, but the divinest music on earth."

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