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Pictures taken on 01/15/12

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Aw booo! Apparently in the winter they don't let you stand right next to the falls. Too dangerous
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The American Falls look beautiful in the winter!
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Though the water looks very cold
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Brett's requisite "I'm at Niagara Falls" photo
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And my photo for the day!
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This thing was completely covered in ice. Some kid tried to put a quarter in it without much luck
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Cold water
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Other photographers thought it looked pretty neat
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This was as close as we could get to the Horseshoe falls. We didn't bother with the cheesey tourist photo this time
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The permanent cloud of ice crystals coming off the falls is pretty awesome
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Free salvia AND Cuban cigars? What doesn't this place have??
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I think Jamal should've spent five minutes spellchecking his sign..
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The falls again.. seen from the Canadian side!
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Yikes, no wonder they don't let you down there
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The Horseshoe Falls were largely obscured behind the seemingly permanent plume of water vapor
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Everything was coated in ice
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Brett with the falls.. in Canada!
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Prett loves his burglar hat
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I want to find a coin operated MICROscope someday
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Brett was a fan of the glow in the dark astronaut at the minigolf place. I crushed him 44 to 54!
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We stopped at Dave and Busters for food and various stupid games
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Shoot those things!
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So many flashing lights
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I wasted a couple of bucks on this stupid thing
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It's just so shiny
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Brett defended the skies of WWII era London from the Luftwaffe
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Most of these games are just black holes for tokens
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Stewie looks pretty alarmed to be in this position
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Hey a mirror!
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I love skiball. I spent a bunch of my tokens on that
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So many tokens
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Buzzards that really buzz?
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