Steamboat Rock, not far from the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington State. It's almost an island, connected to the land upon which I am standing for this picture, by an isthmus at its southern end. The body of water in the foreground is called the Devil's Punch Bowl. There is a larger body of water on the other side of the rock. It's called Banks Lake, and it's named for the construction supervisor of the Grand Coulee Dam. These bodies of water wouldn't be here if not for the Grand Coulee Dam.