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Death Valley

Death Valley

  • Author: Scott
  • Date Posted: Nov 11, 2019
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  • Address: Shoshone, CA

We spent the last three days in Death Valley National Park and surrounding area. Pretty interesting Park, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere is at Badwater Basin at 291 feet below sea level.  We saw the 20 mule team reenact pulling the wagons filled with Borax from the mines nearby. This was a short lived mining era from 1880-1885. Lots of cool places to visit in the area. Let the photos begin. Tomorrow it is off to Joshua Tree NP.


The 20 mule team reenactment.

I got a close up meet and greet!


The mules in action!


The salt flats at Badwater basin.


Natural Bridge

Me at the end of the Natural Bridge trail.

Dry waterfall

The remains of Harmony Borax works.

Artist’s Palette


Sandstone dunes in the park.

The view of Death Valley from Dante’s Point, at 5,400 feet above sea level.

Moonrise on the drive home.

Scenery from our campground.

Sunset from our campground

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