Tuesday, September 3, 2013

We went up to the East Entrance of Yellowstone on Sunday and you go through Idaho and Montana to do that. We saw this marker on the way up.

The Lower Mesa Falls in Idaho.

Forest Service Park started out as a generating station and ended up a park.

This is the Upper Mesa Falls and it drops 114 feet at this point.

The falls are feed from the largest under ground spring in North America and is always 52 degrees all year. the falls never freeze.

The ferns and other plants grow all year long even though it may drop to 40 below above.

This whole area is volcanic and there are many Basalt formations in the area.

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