While visiting Yellowstone National Park last September, we stopped at Gibbon Falls to listen to the rush of the water. Being late summer, the river was kinda low, but there was still plenty of power as the water flowed down the mountain adjacent to the main highway. I look forward to going in the late spring when the snow melt really feels up the banks. Check out the original post from our “Living in the Moment” here.
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