Monthly Archives: November 2014

Crack in the Mountain Hike – Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu City, AZ On Sunday friends Norm and Lisa (Those Young Guys) arrived here in Lake Havasu State Park.  They stopped by for a visit and we arranged for a hike the next day to one of the most popular … Continue reading

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Welcome to Lake Havasu City, AZ

Lake Havasu City, AZ Last Friday morning we left Furnace Creek in Death Valley and drove about 260 miles back to the south east to Lake Havasu City, AZ.   Lake Havasu is created by Parker Dam, on the Colorado River … Continue reading

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Twenty Mule Team Canyon and Dante’s View

Furnace Creek, CA On our final day in Death Valley we decided to take it easy and just visit a couple of places in the Jeep.  We first went south on Rte. 190 to drive a scenic loop road through Twenty … Continue reading

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Golden Canyon and Zabriskie Point – Death Valley

Furnace Creek, CA On Wednesday we drove about ten miles to the south for a visit to one of the most popular hikes in Death Valley, Golden Canyon.  The hike is very popular due to its close proximity to lodging … Continue reading

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Rhyolite Ghost Town and Titus Canyon

Furnace Creek, CA On Tuesday we drove north for about 40 miles to explore a Jeep road that goes through a scenic canyon.  But first we stopped for a brief visit at a classic mining ghost town. The town of … Continue reading

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Mosaic Canyon – Death Valley

Furnace Creek, CA We headed out this morning with a number of stops on our itinerary.  The first was a visit to Mosaic Canyon, one of the most popular hikes in Death Valley NP.  Its about a 25 mile drive from … Continue reading

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Welcome to Death Valley

Furnace Creek, CA On Saturday, after spending a great month in Boulder City,  we headed west to visit Death Valley National Park.  The park has numerous campgrounds, but only one has full hook-ups.  We were able to get five nights there … Continue reading

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