As in: Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive Blue Ridge Parkway and Great Smoky Mountains National Park Assateague Island National Seashore
In the snow….
As seen on Horseshoe trail in Valley Forge National Park…
A walk around Audubon Loop, PerKiomen and Schuylkill River Trails at Valley Forge National Park.
Named after the famous Joshua Tree, the national park is located in the Southeastern Corner of California and is surrounded by three towns: TwentyNine Palms, Joshua Tree and Yucca Valley. I saw signs for all three of them on my way from Palm Springs. The sky was California quality blue and the views were just… Continue reading Day 15:Joshua Tree National Park
Ubehebe(pronounced YOU-bee-HEE-bee) crater is the largest of a series of craters in the Northern end of Cottonwood Mountains, Death Valley National park. Its smaller incarnations are referred to as “little Hebes”.
Just across the street from Mosaic Canyon, Sand Dunes was our second destination after we returned from the Canyon.
This was the first hike/walk with the SF Bay Area Geology hiking group. Lee did a great job explaining possible theories regarding the formation of this canyon. Enjoy!