Video: 35-Foot-High Natural Waterfall Slide
By SunCity Paradise | Published on October 12, 2015
Video: 35-Foot-High Natural Waterfall Slide
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Mother Nature is a funny woman. She’s at the helm of devastating tragedies like tsunami’s and earthquakes, she can dump feet of snow on top of us at times, but she’s also the Picasso behind every sunset watched atop a mountain. Her whimsical ways are often unpredictable, but they keep us on our toes and they sculpt in the world around us. Her creations don’t have to be as immense as forging the Grand Canyon to be spectacular, they can be tiny nuances along a small creek in the middle British Columbia, like this 35-foot-high natural waterfall slide. Some times the best things in life are free?

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For more on this video visit Torch Paddles’ website.

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By: SunCity Paradise | Published on October 12, 2015

     
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