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Day 51 I Lived to Tell the Story!

Death Valley is a treasure full of lines and patterns. This was my third trip here and Walter’s first and each time gets better. We even went to Dante’s View which looks over the whole valley.  It is 5476 feet in height. I refused to go in the past, but shut my eyes this time as we drove up the horrible hill and sat in the vehicle in the middle of the viewing area. Walter took the photos! Go, Walter.  There are two viewing points that look scary to me. Worse than Going to the Sun Highway even. But I did it and lived to tell about it. The view right below is the salt flats at Bad Water where you can walk out to the actual salt formations. Look closely and you can see the trail. That is the lowest spot in Death Valley – 282 feet below sea level. That is also the lowest point in North America. More photos to come.



  1. Leslee
    February 20th, 2014 | 11:23 am

    I can remember the day when you would have never done this! Yeah for Robyn!

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