These smaller photos all were taken using Grandpa Roy's first digital camera. They were not nearly as good as they were 10 years after these photos were taken.
All of these larger photos were taken by Grandma Bert using a standard 35-milimeter film camera.
Both falls visible from a restaurant on the Canadian side.
View from a restaurant toward the American side.
View toward the American side and up the Niagara River.
Horseshoe Falls from the observation tower.
Maid of the Mist.
Loading for the Maid of the Mist short cruise.
Observation tower. There is a revolving restaurant at the top.
Grandma and Grandpa stayed at this hotel. It was a wonderful old place onebuilt years earlier and had a wonderful history. Supposedly it was going to be torn down and one of the chains was going to build on the site, but when Grandma and Grandpa went back a few years later, it was still there. Grandpa thinks it was the Oakes Hotel, which today is much larger but part of it looks the same.
Grandpa Roy in their hotel room.
Grandma Bert in their hotel room.
Grandpa Roy at the floral clock in the botanical gardens on the Canadian side. Grandpa saw this clock for the first time when he was about 16 years old.