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" Nothing can be more chastely beautiful than this lovely cascade, hidden away in the dim light of overshadowing rocks and woods, its very voice hushed to a low murmur, unheard at the distance of a few hundred yards. Thousands might pass by within a half... "
Wonders of the Yellowstone - Страница 59
по James Richardson - 1873 - 256 страници
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as ...

1874
...which the explorers called the Tower Falls, which, though its sheer fall is four hundred feet, is so hidden away in the dim light of overshadowing rocks...and woods, its very voice hushed to a low murmur, that men might pass within half a mile of it, and not dream of its existence. But not until the Grand...

Ed. of The Englishman's guide-book &c.

Montgomery Gibbs - 1883 - 1883 страници
...the main river, the stream plunges down in an unbroken fall 150 feet. Lieut. Doane says: — "Nothing can be more chastely beautiful than this lovely cascade...its very voice hushed to a low murmur, unheard at a distance of a few hundred yards. Thousands might pass by within half a mile and not dream of its...

Marvels of the New West: A Vivid Portrayal of the Stupendous Marvels in the ...

William Makepeace Thayer - 1887 - 715 страници
...spur from the great plateau rises over all, with a perpendicular front of four hundred feet. Nothing can be more chastely beautiful than this lovely cascade,...distance of a few hundred yards. Thousands might pass within a half mile, and not dream of its existence ; but once seen, it passes to the list of most pleasant...

Marvels of the New West: A Vivid Portrayal of the Stupendous Marvels in the ...

William Makepeace Thayer - 1887 - 715 страници
...voice hushed to a low murmur, unheard at the distance of a few hundred yards. Thousands might pass within a half mile, and not dream of its existence...it passes to the list of most pleasant memories." 71 KEPLER'S CASCADES ON THE FIREHOLE RIVER. A marvel indeed ! It is one of the things of nature which...

Official Guide to the Yellowstone National Park: A Manual for Tourists ...

William C. Riley - 1890 - 140 страници
...the left a spur from the great plateau rises over all with a perpendicular front of 400 feet. Nothing can be more chastely beautiful than this lovely cascade,...distance of a few hundred yards. Thousands might pass within a half-mile, and not dream of its existence ; but once seen, it passes to the list of most pleasant...

The Yellowstone National Park: Historical and Descriptive

Hiram Martin Chittenden - 1895 - 397 страници
...Creek only a short distance back from the Yellowstone. Lieutenant Doane says in his report: * " Nothing can be more chastely beautiful than this lovely cascade,...it passes to the list of most pleasant memories." Near this point on both banks of the river are numerous sulphur fumaroles, the last evidence of subterraneous...

The Yellowstone National Park: Historical and Descriptive

Hiram Martin Chittenden - 1903 - 355 страници
...with the simple words of his report penned upon the first inspiration of a new discovery : "Nothing can be more chastely beautiful than this lovely cascade,...few hundred yards. Thousands might pass by within half a mile and not dream of its existence; but once seen, it passes to the list of most pleasant memories."...

The Yellowstone National Park: Historical and Descriptive

Hiram Martin Chittenden - 1903 - 355 страници
...a low murmur, unheard at the distance of a few hundred yards. Thousands might pass by within half a mile and not dream of its existence; but once seen,...it passes to the list of most pleasant memories." The portion of the Park to which the tourist has now arrived is the most desirable of all in which...

Three Wonderlands of the American West: Being the Notes of a Traveler ...

Thomas Dowler Murphy - 1912 - 180 страници
...a low murmur, unheard at the distance of a few hundred yards. Thousands might pass by within half a mile and not dream of its existence; but once seen,...it passes to the list of most pleasant memories." There is no spot in the Park more delightfully located for the lover of nature who desires to camp...

Yellowstone National Park: Its Exploration and Establishment

Aubrey L. Haines - 1974 - 218 страници
...contemplate the chief feature of the locality, Tower Fall,108 which he typified in these words: Nothing can be more chastely beautiful than this lovely cascade,...few hundred yards. Thousands might pass by within half a mile and not dream of its existence, but once seen, it passes to the list of most pleasant memories....




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