oh, nice. That looks massive!!!
It's a pretty big area with a lot of different attractions.
Looks like fun.
Looks like lots of fun!
Does it ever get back up again?
The water molecules? I suppose each one goes over the falls again and again.. eventually.
They should rename it, then.
"Niagara Gravity-Assisted Water Recycling" (NGAWR)
How about Natural Autochthonous Gravity-Assisted Water Accelerator? I just think saying NAGAWA is more fun.
You want to play acronyms with me, you punk? Huh?!
Newtonian Oxygen And Hydrogen Mixing Accelerator, a.k.a. NOAHMA.
A 16th century farm and millhttp://data.amirite.net/user_images/597a0dfd47a97.jpg
The 99% authentic stone circle I built in my back yard.
How many tourists do you get per second?
lol, this will be a bit of a calculation,...... I will be right back.
0.000277778 an hour. Which means if I am unlucky about 1 a month. The accidental tourist that drives by thinking he has just seen an authentic pagan stone circle.
How much DPS does an average tourist do in a real-time second, without any modifiers?
1 empty can or wrapper per hour
Now this is dpshttp://data.amirite.net/user_images/5989570d57c85.jpg
I'll have to add that to my bucket list!
Anytime, I will warm up the kettle.
It's 99 percent stone and one percent guano?
but if you were a tourist and thought it was authentic.... perhaps then yes?
The Empire State Building or the Chrysler Building.
Depends on the scale of one's expectations.
The Black sea
I have no idea, maybe the 500 Mile Race Track/Museum.
I'm surrounded by quite a few of them within a 20-mile radius. Universal Studios and the Hollywood Bowl are probably the closest. Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm are a little farther out in the opposite direction.
And....the pacific ocean, no?
Absolutely, and the mountains too! Even the desert is an easy drive. That's one of the things I liked about growing up here.
No doubt, you are in one of the places this country has to offer. I love it out there:).
Lake michigan is a few miles away. It has a fairly large draw.
It's beautiful. I have relatives living close by, and we used to have a lot of fun boating there when I visited.
Yep, I would love to see that.
I'd say the CN Tower in Toronto...
The Finger Lakes, The Great Lakes, Niagara Falls, tons of falls all over the Finger lakes area, Wineries everywhere, historical underground railroad sites, the Norman Rockwell Museum, the Mark Twain Museum. I'm sure I've misses some.
Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, The Rocky Mountains, the Royal Gorge, Sand Dunes National Park and the Air Force Academy.
Ragnar's home would have made a nice tourist destination.. until the bastards burnt it down.
I did that.
I visited and had dinner there in 1964. It was just a couple of years after it was built for the World's Fair. I thought it was way cool!
We are in the middle of the Amish in PA that the tourists come to see along with Central Market in Lancaster. It is supposed to be the oldest operating farmer's market in the US. We are located within a days drive of DC, NYC, Philly which can be a good thing but also a really bad thing is the SHTF.
San Francisco doesn't "pop" without its tourists.
Mall of America maybe.
The Maker's Mark distillery is about 7 miles away from home.
Not the nearest but Bulgaria has only 2 types of attraction - the beach and the mountains.
Lots of different caves.
Brandywine Falls - Cuyahoga Valley National Park, OH.
Bar Harbor and Acadia national park - Also Baxter state park.
'' Howe Caverns''