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Balls Falls

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The lower waterfall at the Balls Falls conservation area near St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. This is thanksgiving weekend, and the leaves have started to turn colour.

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A: Balls Falls Mill

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Each year on the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend in October, the Balls Falls Conservation opens up the ...

Balls Falls Mill

B: Jim and his tractor

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Jim is a member of an antique power association and trailers this wonderful beast to shows in the Nia...

Jim and his tractor

C: Childrens' Ride

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A childrens' ride at the Balls Falls Thanksgiving fall festival.

Childrens' Ride

D: Tuning up in the old church

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The Cottonwood Brass tunes up for the Ball's Falls Thanksgiving Weekend. This picturesque country chu...

Tuning up in the old church

E: Balls Falls Conservation Area

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The Balls Falls conservation area hosts a fall festival each year on the Canadian Thanksgiving weeken...

Balls Falls Conservation Area

F: Country Church

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Country church at the Balls Falls Conservation center near Vineland, Ontario

Country Church

G: Birds of Prey Exhibit

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One of the attractions at this fall festival is the Birds of Prey exhibit. You can photograph the bir...

Birds of Prey Exhibit

H: Pony Ride

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Pony ride at the Balls Falls Conservation Area on Thanksgiving weekend.

Pony Ride

I: Cran Brie Pizza

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Robert orders a Cranberry Brie Pizza at the Balls Falls Fall festival on Canadian Thanksgiving weeken...

Cran Brie Pizza

J: Porta-Potty

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The inside of a Canadian portable toilet. These toilets are indispensible at public events, and are u...




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