Tuesday, July 25, 2006
GORGEOUS GORGE AT SAINT GEORGE
The Gorge at Saint George.
This photograph was taken in June during a weekend excursion to the environs of Saint John, courtesy of Lisa and G.
The site is the Gorge at St. George, a community about 45 minutes west of Saint John. There is a place where interested observers can get right up against the thundering cataract...and the dam has been designed so that spawning fish - alewives and Atlantic salmon, et alia - can travel safely upstream.
A fishway! Just Dam!