Remembering The Magnificent Death Valley National Park

I miss it. It was, to use an over-used word but perfectly apt in this case, awesome

Death Valley 1 crop


About Mike Howe

I am an ecologist and a composer of guitar based instrumental melodies signed to the Real Music label in California. I like to write about my work, music and nature conservation and how it all comes together. I try not to write about things I don't know much about.
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17 Responses to Remembering The Magnificent Death Valley National Park

  1. Pat says:

    Just checked the DV website. The high temp so far this year was 41C on 29/4. Winter vacation recommended.

  2. Jan Schaper says:

    Harsh country, but desert light certainly has its own stunning magic . . . of course it’s easy to appreciate this when the comfort of a car and fresh water are reliably nearby.

  3. LuAnn says:

    We have not been yet. November it is on the calendar. 🙂

  4. I have not yet been to Death Valley, and now I can’t go for awhile – too hot! January or February should be a good time for a visit. Beautiful photo!

  5. Pat says:

    The first pioneers who went through had been sold a bad map. They had no idea what they were getting into. And not all of them made it. Death Valley has a very colorful history.

  6. Colline says:

    I agree, the views look stunning.

  7. Just imagine being a pioneer and having to go through there with wagons and hope your horses (or mules) didn’t die of thirst.

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