Niagara Gazette

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October 1, 2013

BRADBERRY: Immersed in chaos, surrounded by peace

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Niagara Gazette — Indeed the falls itself was changed as so much water is diverted from the brink, that even her mighty roar is muffled, much more muted than what I recall as a young boy. And sadly, very sadly, the convoluted, ill-conceived so-called “Parkway” built around what is left of Niagara Falls makes it difficult, but not completely impossible to get to the other side.

So, want to escape the chaos?

Get to the water, release your inner child; hike the gorge (or stroll around it), free your mind, your head will follow, think clearly and then do the right thing, demand easier, barrier-free access!

Come on, the leaves are changing ...

Contact Bill at bill.bradberry@yahoo.com

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