While on vacation at Weeping Rock in Zion National Park in Utah on Wednesday, September 11, 2013, heavy rains changed the overhang rim from small drips of water, to two separate waterfall streams, then finally to a violent and scary blast of water, rock and soil from above in 30 minutes time. The smelly "super waterfall" had a odor reminiscent of our 2008 flood.
Zion National Park Flash Flooding
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