Saying Goodbye to Death Valley


With just one day left, and my clutch hand out of commission, I spent the last day having breakfast in a nearby town, taking in the little local museum at Furnace Creek, and taking a sunset jeep ride to Artist Drive.

I have a handful of miscellaneous photos that didn’t make it in my previous posts, so I put together a collage here.  Enjoy!

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Rhyolite

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The perfect dirt road

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Titus Canyon

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The Gang

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Badwater

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Titus Canyon

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Artist Drive

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Artist Drive

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Photo courtesy of Brian Bennett

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Someone just had dinner.

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Contemplating Lippincott Canyon

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Death Valley truly is one of the most diverse places I’ve ever been to.   Though it is a desert, it thrives with it’s own energy that you can feel at night when the moon lights up a canyon and the warm breezes whisper over your shoulders.  You can feel its age, be awed by it’s beauty, and sense its mystery in everything.  I’ll definitely be back.  Thank you for following along and letting me share my journey!

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7 comments

  1. Remarkable!!! And thanks for sharing. Death Valley really is a very special place.

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  2. Remarkable!!!
    And thanks for sharing.
    Death Valley really is a very special place.

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  3. I want more! I don’t want the trip to be over!!!

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  4. Just beautiful. Thanks for sharing the ride with us.

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