Grandma's Postcards
N. Y. 107 Horseshoe Falls
The immense sheet of water pouring over the precipice of Horseshoe Falls is from 20 to 25 feet thick and 2300 feet wide.  The sound of this mighty body of water falling 158 feet is like the roar of heavy artillery.  The water falling with great force creates a constant veil of mist, and only occasionally, s the wind beats down this misty veil, can a full view of the entire falls be obtained.