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Los Angeles, Joshua Tree National Park and Las Vegas.

Upon leaving the chaos of America’s largest county, Los Angeles, the road trip continued east bound. After walking with the world largest dinosaurs West of Palm Springs, we opted to find refuge amongst the tree-sized yuccas at Joshua Tree National Park, often described as figments from a Dr Seuss book (whimsical and oasis like), rather than expose ourselves to the stark, hellishly hot Death Valley. 864 more words

Travel And Exploration.

Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge

Over 800 feet below is the Colorado River. This recreation area is easy access from Las Vegas with just less than an hour’s drive.

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Hoover Dam

A pit stop before heading to the Grand Canyon.

One of the major tourist attraction that lies between the borders of Nevada and Arizona, Hoover Dam was once known as the Boulder Dam. 67 more words

The Hoover Dam

The Hoover Dam

Located on the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona, the Hoover Dam is 726 feet (221 m) high and 1,244 feet (379 m) long. 61 more words

Goodbye to Summer, Hello to Fall Semester

Hello friends.

I’ve enjoyed becoming a part of the WordPress blogging community and getting to know you this summer. Developing this blog has been a kind of cathartic experience, a freeing one. 290 more words

Grand Canyon North Rim

Long Weekend

Our road trip initially did not include the Hoover Dam, but being as spontaneous as we are, we took a detour and made it through inspection just in time. 82 more words

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