|One of the things I greatly enjoyed on our recent trip|
to Yellowstone National Park was the waterfalls.
|Although there were quite a few falls,|
in the rest of this post I'm going to feature the largest one we saw.
It involved a little hiking to get to the top of the falls.
|The trail was quite steep,|
zig-zagging back and forth,
with bench "rest stops" for those of us who needed them.
|Going down wasn't so bad;|
it was the uphill climb going back that was more challenging!
|This was looking down on the top of the falls.|
|The view was quite amazing,|
and the roaring sound of the rushing water
was so loud that it was hard to carry on a conversation.
|Mist boiled up from the thunderous downpour...|
|...creating a rainbow at times.|
Can you spot it?
|The grandeur of the falls brought to mind a song that my momma loved.|
George Beverly Shea made it very popular on Billy Graham's Hour of Decision program.
You've probably already guessed it, haven't you?
It's the song "How Great Thou Art".
Here's a little later rendition of that song:
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