A sure sign of summer! The first stilt walker I've seen this season at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville in Niagara Falls http://t.co/OXzt1jyC #
I am in the process of moving, so I’m terribly busy when I get home from work. Unfortunately, the timing of the Nik Wallenda walk means that I haven’t (and probably won’t) have time to write anything substantial about it until next week. Stay tuned…
@theREALrkubiak I was actually thinking about that during the broadcast. I'll try to get around to it in the next week or so. in reply to theREALrkubiak #
@pablorenoir I don't think that's fair. He didn't need and didn't want it. It was forced on him. in reply to pablorenoir # I'll also try to post a couple of screenshots # Well, that's all for tonight. It was a great show. I know a few people who were there tonight, so I'll try [...]
We just passed this event a week ago, so I figured I’d mention it. It happened on June 7, 1939 From American Heritage: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth cross over from Canada to Niagara Falls, New York, becoming the first British monarchs to visit the United States.
Great pic! @NiagaraParksPR: The wire for #NikWallenda stretches 550 metres from Goat Island to Table Rock http://t.co/66OFv6HD # @NiagaraNumbers I guess technically you are correct. No one has walked where Nik Wallenda is going to walk. #
I have a regular blog visitor who is quite a fan of Marineland and he often sends me some notes of what he sees. Here are some of his comments/observations from a recent trip: Kiska is not pregnant, confirmed by staff, trainers and tank supervisor. Kiska is only lapping around her tank, gained some weight but [...]
From the Niagara Falls Review: Nik Wallenda was driving across the Rainbow Bridge Wednesday when he looked over and saw the result of months of planning and hard work. The five-centimetre-wide wire he’ll use to walk across Niagara Falls Friday night was installed, and Wallenda was seeing it in place for the first time. “When [...]