Below is the second part of pictures of my trip to Death Valley.
Most of these are of Badwater Basin, which is the lowest point in North America.
An interesting thing has happened to me in the last year and a half. I take WAYYYYY too many pictures when I go on trips! Ok actually there is no such thing as too many, but there is a thing as too few.
I used to take maybe 20-40 pictures on a week long trip. This trip I took about 425 and that was only in 4 days! And when N___. and I got back from London, we had taken over 1200 between the two of us! 🙂 It does make it really hard to pare them down and edit them though! Anyhoo, I ramble…
Here are the Mesquite Sand Dunes. This sand was SO fine, like sugar particles. We didn’t see this until the way out and wish we could have walked all the way out there. And the whole place really did smell like mesquite wood.
Our lovely little GPS decided to take us through the Sequoia National Forest on the way home, which was totally stunning. It was all green hills with rocks everywhere, and this creek ran all the way through it. I’ve never been to Ireland, but this is what I imagine parts of it look like.