Amargosa Opera House And Hotel
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Today we drove to Death Valley national park the hottest, driest and lowest point in the U.S. Home to rattlesnakes, bighorn sheep, lizards and locusts. Canyons dominate large areas of space giving great views of snow capped peaks. The canyon that we went to was called golden canyon because of the golden colour of the rocks. Me mum and dad walked up to the red ...
We left Florida on a 7 am flight through Dallas to Las Vegas arriving at 11:30. Picking up luggage, getting the car, a quick lunch at Burger King for my first hamburger in months and a stop for a few snacks for the car takes until 2. We drive to Death Valley Junction where we will stay at the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel. It has quite a history. Marta Beckett and her husband were traveling through when they had a flat tire in ...
... into the valley, as even in "bad" years you can usually find blooms here. We had driven through the park without stopping from Lone Pine and Mark skillfully drove the rig with trailer through the steep and narrow passes that go into the park from the West. I am blessed to have a great driver!!!
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... and Justin left. We pulled out at 11:45 AM, and an easy pull home was the perfect end to the day. I had my cruise control set on 70 MPH, but Chris said he was clocking me closer to 75 MPH. I guess on a 15 year old truck, a worn speedometer cable is to be expected! By 1:30 PM the camper was back in its spot, and by 2:30 PM the food was cleared out, laundry was started, and Cindy and I sat down to a late lunch. All-in-all, it was a great ...
We had to improvise at breakfast this morning with Rice Krispies in plastic cups with long lasting milk. We drove an hour to start our first Death Valley walk which would be end up at Wildrose Peak. We set off at 10:45am and reached the top around two hours later. The walk was steep and one way was 4.2 miles. There was snow on the ground reminding us of the Salkantay Trek in Peru and then when we reached the peak there was a ...