I gotta admit it’s not always that spectacular. This was taken during spring run-off a couple years ago. In dry years the falls is dry, all the water being diverted to the hydro-electric plant and to irrigation. I guess if you want to see scenery when traveling by bus you have to take a tour bus that has scenic stops as part of the itinerary. I’d love to show you around Twin Falls sometime.
Gabriel – New commentors have to be approved before their posts appear on the site. Now that you are approved, you shouldn’t have any problem posting again. Thanks for stopping by. And I loved your “First Steps” post.
Kiki – I’d love to take credit for this picture, but it’s not one I shot. I got this from a friend of a friend of the photographer. He put it out there to be shared with other southern Idahoans who love the Falls. It’s even more spectacular when you can see the full length of it. Shoshone Falls is 212 feet high (taller than Niagara). This picture shows only a portion of that length.