After a five-year-drought in California, the Golden State finally received enough rain last winter to declare areas of the state drought-free. One area that received the much needed rainfall was in Napa County, a popular tourist attraction.
Sitting up against the side of a 304-foot dam, Lake Berryessa is famous for its “Glory Hole” spillway, an incredible sight to behold. Unfortunately, for over a decade there has not been enough water for the Glory Hole to be seen in action.
YouTube user Evan K was able to catch drone footage of the hole in action so that everyone could witness a sight that hasn’t taken place in a long time. Check it out.