Gorge wall gets a spring tune-up
From the Niagara Falls Review:
It’s a job with a great view -as long as you are not afraid of heights.
“I find it exciting every time I go over,” said Gordon Rosa, a mason supervisor with the Niagara Parks Commission.
Each year, Rosa and his crew climb into a cage which is then lifted over the retaining wall near the brink of the falls by a large crane, and they are lowered into the gorge.
It’s all part of the annual rock scaling operation along the great gorge wall on the Canadian side of the Horseshoe Falls. The job lasts about a week.