Dry Falls

Jul 19 2005

Andrew and I, in anticipation of our Yosemite trip, took a one-night camping journey into northeastern Washington. Andrew’s favorite spot is this, [Dry Falls][1], the ancient site of the largest waterfall ever known to have exist. Of course, it’s all gone now, but you can still see the traces of the huge glaciers and imagine the natural history of the spot. I am looking forward to fully-immersive virtual reality facilities at such places, allowing someone to, say, step into a replica of what this place must have been like when covered in hundreds of feet of ice. [1]: http://www.gonorthwest.com/Washington/northeast/Dry_Falls.htm