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Dry Falls, WA

The Dry Falls were created during the last Ice Age and were perhaps the largest waterfalls in the world at the time. The Dry Falls today are part of the Grand Coulee and are about 3 miles wide and 400 feet high. The park managers residence and the viewing gazebo were constructed in the 1920s while the visitors center was designed by designed by Kenneth Brooks in the 1960s and is is under threat of demolition.

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Taken on October 30, 2012