Death Valley California, and Rhyolite Nevada

A Wildflower Extravaganza

3-5 April 2005

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Lesser Mojavea (Mohavea breviflora) Caltha-Leaf Phacelia (Phacelia calthifolia)
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We traveled 11 miles down the dirt West Side Road to view the site of the Eagle Borax Works and the grave site of Shorty Harris. This is Harris' grave site Shory Harris was the man who also discovered gold in the Bullfrog Hills, which led to the start of the towns of Bullfrog and Rhyolite On the West Side Road, with a view of Telescope Peak, the highest point in the Panamint Range. Looking west
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Looking east at the Amargosa Range. We are now at the site of the Eagle Borax Works. No structures remain of this, the first borax refinery in Death Valley The Eagle Borax Works was in operation from 1882 - 1884. It produced 130 tons of low-grade borax The Panamint Range The Amargosa Range
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At the Furnace Creek campsite. Jerry brought his laptop computer; in the evening we were able to view the photographs we took during the day on his computer
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6 April - We broke camp at 6:15 a.m. and we each headed home. This is the sunrise Sunrise on the Panamint Range
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Farewell to Death Valley, until the next time Traveling west on Highway 136, the magnificent Sierra Nevada Mountains come into view On Highway 395 travelling north. I crossed the Sierra on Highway 88 and arrived home in Berkeley at 6:30 p.m. A 12 hour drive from Death Valley



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