In honor of the #snowpocalypse
A group of men, explorers with the U.S. Geological Survey, engage in a snowball fight along the Absaroka Mountain Range at the head of the Greybull River, in the Shoshone National Forest in Wyoming.
Photograph taken on August 5, 1903.
Courtesy of the USGS
* The river was reportedly named for a white buffalo that had been seen on its banks. Native Americans consider the appearance of a white buffalo a powerful omen. - wikipedia