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... fruit trees he planted. I of course had to pick some of his fruit and got about 7 very delicious pears. One of the missions of this park is to educate the public on the Great Basin which is a huge area - most of Nevada, big chunk of Utah and parts of Colorado, California and maybe other states too fall within this geological area. Hope you enjoy Jon's photos of this part of our ...
... is older than 5,000 years--and even after they die they can still stand for a few thousand more. The trees have adapted to living in arid mountainous conditions, growing very slowly in a sometimes very gnarly fashion. The trees make for great pictures, ...
Afterward, we did some grocery shopping and drove to the Great Salt Lake State Marina to see the salt lake. Our low expectations were not met. The area looks quite depressing, and we found it hard to imagine that, a century ago, it was a popular tourism spot. We didn't even take ...
... senior discounts!) instead. It was only my fourth paid night's lodging in 49 days, so I didn't feel a bit guilty at the expense. And best of all, it came with zongo wi-fi, so I was happy.
First thing tomorrow morning, I'm going on a tour of the Lehman Caves, followed by a drive through the Park, camera in hand. Then it's off to Reno and visits with a bunch of wonderful friends.
The Great Basin gets its name from the fact that it is surrounded by mountains, so there is no natural outlet for water to drain down a river towards the sea. What little water falls here can only leave by soaking into the ground, or evaporating. Evaporation causes the typically brackish, salty lakes in the area, and soaking into the ground eventually creates ...