Yesterday, we took a day-trip to Shoshone Falls. (notice how low the water is in the link photo) Thanks to an unusually wet winter, the 212 foot waterfall is roaring, with a heavy mist spraying hundreds of feet. These are the highest flows the falls have seen in seven years. (Thank you, Mother Nature!) Because all this water is such a welcome and rare thing, it is drawing large crowds (more than 4,300 last weekend to this small park). So, we decided to go during the week and there were only a few others. It was such a beautiful sight with a loud roar and water mist to cool us from the warm sun.