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Death Valley National Park

Yesterday I explored Death Valley. A little over two hours from Las Vegas, Death Valley sits just over the border of California and is the “lowest, hottest and driest” National Park. 518 more words

Travel

The Sandbox

Every day, from the time we rise to the moment we close our eyes, we hurry. We rush to get ready, we race out the door. 1,357 more words

Nature

Condor Petroglyphs, Death Valley National Park

Two men, a valley, and ten thousand foot peaks.

“Who heard the Desert whispering? The gray prospector, hope-wandering that land of vacant sadness, saw through his burning thirst, where from far receding margins gazed the wrinkled ghastly ranges.

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Hiking

The Racetrack

Click to see full image. This racetrack in Death Valley National Park, California features rocks, not cars! Rocks that tumble onto this dry lake bed creep along and leave clearly visible tracks behind. 61 more words

Photography

A Haystack and Telescope Peak in "Hand-Crafted" Black-and-White

When I’m on my bike, I take my camera out of my pocket and point-shoot/snap.  That’s the extent of my effort, most days.  Sometimes, though, when I get home, I like to play with the editing tools and have a little fun.   25 more words

Photos

Death Valley rains lead to super bloom! A Limerick.

The desert and the parched land will be glad;
    the wilderness will rejoice and blossom.
Like the crocus, 2 it will burst into bloom;
    it will rejoice greatly and shout for joy. 285 more words

Limerick