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Numa Falls, Kootenay National Park

Numa Falls, part of the Kootenay National Park. gorgeous!!

Take a listen to this video. If you can tell me what my hubby is saying win a prize. Beth ( :


eileeninmd said…
Another pretty spot, Beth! Love the waterfall video...
lynn cockrell said…
I hear him speaking, but it is impossible(at least for me)to hear what your husband is saying over the sound of the waterfall. Very powerful water!
Stunning! (And I couldn't understand a word, lol.)
Rose said…
I barely here him....but would still love to visit this place.
TexWisGirl said…
haha. not a clue! ;)
Linda Kay said…
Beth, you take all those wonderful pictures of the waterfalls, hubby and me take pictures of light houses. Good job, girlfriend!
Not a clue! :-) Beautiful!!!!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Beautiful area. That rushing water has amazing power.
George said…
Thanks for finding another wonderful waterfall to share with us.
William Kendall said…
Beyond gorgeous. I think I heard him say down the side.
Stephanie said…
Beautiful waterfall. Not as loud as Niagara Falls.
I really don't like traveling. Not sure why. I must be the only person in the world...
I love traveling with others, virtually!
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Cheryl @ TFD said…
That is a beautiful waterfall, Beth! I'd love to see it sometime.
Enjoy your weekend!

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