The St. John River rushes over a high cliff, squeezes through a narrow rocky gorge, and emerges as a wider river at the town of Grand Falls. The result is a magnificent cascade whose force has worn strange round wells in the rocky bed, some as large as 5 meters (16 feet) in circumference and 9 meters (30 feet) deep.
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