Death Valley is a really beautifull place,but for some,they really never get a chance to see and feel what it`s all about.I guess I was lucky to be able to get to camp in remote and secluded places,far away from the monsterous motorhomes with their noisy generators that are starting to invade the park.Forget about the wall along the border,they need to put a Checkpoint Charlie at most of the National Parks here in the U.S. to keep out the city and suburb Mo Rans who turn places of quiet and serene beauty like Death Valley into Walmart car parks.
Yea,me `n the missus went “campin” in Death Valley in our 30′ Motorhome,but it really sucked `cos one of the three 40″ flat screen tv`s we have broke…….right in the middle of the friggin Dolphin game…..Honey,call the repairman……
Next thing y`know they`ll have ice cream stands at Grotto Canyon,or maybe a Starfucks……Yea,that`ll blend it`s way riiiight in to millions of years of rock formations nooo problem.They just gotta pick the right color scheme…..
Here`s the rest,or at least most of the rest of the pics from my Death Valley adventure.
I would have loved to have stayed there longer(blown up a few motorhomes)…..did I just say that out loud?…and gone on some four or five day hikes like the John Muir Trail,which starts in Yosemite,goes through the Ansel Adams Wilderness,Sequioa NP,Kings Canyon NP and ends where ze pitcher above was taken,Mt.Whitney,which at 14,990 ft is the tallest peak in CONUS,but I had to get to Steamboat CO. to mi amigos Pete `n Heather before I got snowed in somewhere in Utah or Colorado.
As it is,I just squeaked in by a couple of days,as today in Steamboat,the white stuff is a couple of feet deep.
My next trip is down to the local Walmart to buy 26 packs of Golf Shoe Studs………