Dry Falls and Sun Lakes

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In the center of the Grand Coulee in Washington State is the largest extinct waterfall in the world, Dry Falls. A gathering place for travelers over the decades, Dry Falls continues its legacy of creating memories among everyone who comes to visit. What started as “a damn hole in the ground” has become a marvel of the scientific community, dreamers, poets, and adventurers alike. How did it become the behemoth of the tourism industry that it is today? Located at the base of Dry Falls is a string of lakes that would forever become entwined with the history of the area and the creation of Sun Lakes. Take a journey to the Dry Falls of yesteryear in this book and find out how it all came together to create one of the most visited and inspirational state parks in Washington history.
ISBN: 9781467106665
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Washington
Series: Images of America
Images: 204
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
John M. Kemble, a local historian and explorer, has spent countless hours in the field researching and working with local museums, historians, state officials, news archives, and private collectors to gather pieces of the history of Dry Falls, Sun Lakes, and the people who visited there and were inspired to make a better world.
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