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just salt, no pepper

For the entire 3 years that I have been with Mitch I have begged for him to take me to the Bonneville Salt Flats.  The only problem was that they were 2 hours away from where we lived and neither of us wanted to make the drive but my dad had said that he always wanted to see them as well so we looked it up and found out that we would pass right by them on our way to Sacramento!   298 more words

Salt Marsh

Here are more images from last week’s visit to the Bidwell Bayfront Park.  The accumulation of salt throughout the area made for some interesting textures.

Have a great Thursday…Cheers!


Some Panoramic Nature

Been wanting to pack up your camping gear and head out someplace remote far away from the distractions of civilization? If that’s a yes, then… 381 more words


Trying to get from San Pedro to Bolivia without doing the Salt Flats Tour

There was never any question about whether we were going to visit the Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolivia; all the photos we’d seen and the reports from friends who had been there confirmed it as one of the must-do places in South America. 1,080 more words

Trip Planning

Salt Flats Log - Monochrome Madness Week 34

Hello all and happy Tuesday :-)

This is my submission for this weeks Monochrome Madness Challenge, which is curated by the hard working Leanne Cole… 103 more words


Days 79-80: Bolivian Salt Flats Tour - Part 2

DAY 3:

We woke up just before sunrise and our bathing suits hung outside were frozen solid! The day started with another long drive over a desert. 934 more words


Days 73-75: Argentina Road Trip Part 3 - Northern Salta Province


Purmamarca and the 7 Coloured Mountain

We left Salta early as we had a lot of road to cover in one day. That evening we would stay in one of the northern villages called Tilcara, which is between two others called Purmamarca and Humauaca. 1,216 more words