Death Valley Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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The drive north, from Las Vegas to Beatty, Nevada, took the Bounder through more of the arid desert, Indian Springs and the Amargosa Valley. Beatty, with an elevation of 3407 ft and a population of 1010, is a dusty little town on the eastern edge of Death Valley National Park. The region was originally inhabited by the Shoshone who prospered and …
... for our rest stop Beatty...
Couldn't wait to see Nicks reaction lol real hicksville we were stayimg at the Atomic Inn it was quite nice hadn't told Nick but it's in the middle of Area 51. The motel had .green aliens outside the motel hehehe you should have seen his face and a few choice expletives.
Went to the local diner and a saloon afterwards. Very small place with lots of trailer parks.
Another day of adventure done.
... caught a little bit of the storm.
Our plan is to head back to visit again on our way back down south as we didn't manage to see everyone yet.
Our next stop was Death Valley...seemed like a good idea until we got there. It was about 8pm and after driving up and down some windy roads we watched the temperature outside get higher and higher....it was literally like walking with a hairdryer ...
... have to make them! At this point, we had an interesting wildlife spot; pacing the roadside hopefully and rather daringly was a coyote. It was risking its life to continually cross the road and would then pace hopefully around cars that had pulled over to take a closer look. It clearly saw the cars as a potential source of food and had been fed by people before. This was the harsh demonstration of the reality behind the many signs we'd read saying, 'To feed a wild animal ...
... this eat let alone think about exercising in it – hectic.
We drive through to Badwater which was not even worth the drive so we quickly turn around and make more time to see Artist’s Palette. It’s called that because of all the colours in the rocky mountains. It’s beautiful but I was pretty over the heat and was getting pretty cranky so the appreciation had sort of subsided. Aaron mentions how disappointing Death Valley is and we ...