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An old man goes to the camp in the big woods to reunite with his son for the first time since they experienced a life altering accident in the same place in the big woods.
D.K. LeVick Kevin LeVick
Being born and raised in the Niagara Frontier, I grew up on the Upper Niagara River and spent my formative years as a river rat , not in awe, but in fear of the mighty Cataract, viewing it as a threat to my Upper river escapades More than once, myself and my fellow rates barely escaped the swift current while tubing down the river or fishing off of Navy Island in a rubber raft The Falls was not to be marveled at or held in great esteem but were held in great fear and were to be avoided at all costs That perspective changed the first time I went down into the gorge below the Falls during summer of course I wasn t as crazy my boys were to go in winter and discovered the lower river There, like Saul on the road to Damascus, I was overcome by the wonder of the river and consumed by the mystery of it I learned that there were actually two rivers, the Upper Niagara and the Lower Niagara which were as different as night is from day One was an open spigot, empting out all the Great Lakes in a roar and ravaging thunder the other was life force, cutting and craving across the earth, leaving a trail of history, raw beauty and attitude.Born in Buffalo, raised in Riverside Blackrock, it was only after returning from a tour of duty in Southeast Asia that I located to Niagara Falls and Lewiston Living there for over forty years, my enchantment with Niagara was expanded by touring, exploring and inhaling the joy of the Lower river Much has been written about Niagara, most centered on the mighty Falls itself, little on the Niagara Gorge and the Lower river Truly amazing, when one considers the extensive and exciting history that engulfs the entire Niagara Escarpment Focused on making a living for my family, I wrote for myself over the years This story, now I give to you I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I have in writing it.Living now in Michigan, my heart remains down in the gorge, watching feeling listening to the words of the water My prayer, like the hermit is that I too can learn the lessons the water holds.
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