Monday, November 21, 2005

Glens Falls and Cooper's Cave

On Sunday, we drove downtown and walked across the bridge into South Glens Falls for the parade. Cooper's Cave is in the vertical crevase in the shot above. An overlook has been built with the new bridge, but is not yet open to the public. The overlook on the left side of the bridge going towards South Glens Falls doesn't really do it justice as you can see from the postcard image also shown found at

The real action, I thought, was on the right hand side of the bridge from where the Hudson River flows over the falls as it is released from various points on the dam. The water is controlled by the paper companies for both power and processing water. Sunday, the water seemed really low, revealing the rock structure of the falls.


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