Trumpet Organ Balls Falls
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Trumpet Organ Balls Falls

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This lovingly restored calliope was used in the movie "The Natural" Lovingly restored, it makes the rounds of steam fairs and festivals. Here it is set up outside the Balls Falls Conservation Center

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A: Footbridge

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Footbridge of the stream at Balls Falls, just above the waterfall.


B: Vendor Tents

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Outdoor vendor tents and marquee tents for Balls Falls fall festival. On the Canadian Thanksgiving we...

Vendor Tents

C: 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

D: Painting Gourds at Balls Falls

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Each year on the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, The Balls Falls Conservation area hosts a fall festiv...

Painting Gourds at Balls Falls

E: Going for Poutine

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At Balls falls Conservation Area, visitors line up for burgers and fries, and of course, Poutine. The...

Going for Poutine

F: 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

G: Country Church

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

Country Church

H: Childrens' Ride

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

Childrens' Ride

I: Tornado Potato

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Robert samples a Tornado Potato at one of the food vendors, Thanksgiving weekend at Balls Falls

Tornado Potato

J: 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



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