Death Valley (CA) – Jan 2015

Death Valley is simply one of the most amazing places on earth – indescribably beautiful, and yet brutally harsh.


Temperatures for us have been down into the high 30’s and low 40’s at night, and up to the 50’s during the day. We camped at Furnace Creek, took several hikes, and I played golf at the golf course (really hard to imagine playing golf here but it was great, as long as you gave the coyotes their respectful distance).

Mesquite Sand Dunes

With so many stunning views, we remain convinced to return some time in the spring to capture the elusive blossoms that appear only in certain years. Consider that on average Death Valley gets two inches of rain per year.

View from our camp site No kayaking here IMG_1285 IMG_1259 IMG_1286 Highest recorded temperature: 137 degrees F IMG_2559 IMG_2560 IMG_1351

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