Shipwrecked on Playa Del Rey, CA.
The charcoal kilns complex in Wildrose Canyon is among the more remarkable historical-architectural features of Death Valley National Park.
Just because something isn’t wanted, doesn’t make it any less beautiful.
The ghost town of Rhyolite & the odd outsider art installations that surround it.
After Death Valley denies my ass with a road closure, I decide to spend a little extra time in and around Trona, CA.
Dating back to 1899, the Ruth Mine & Camp is located 3,530 feet in the Argus Mountain Range, roughly 14 miles from the town of Trona, CA.
Desert Bizarro: Exploring a slowly decaying Christian theme park outside Joshua Tree National Park.
A historic hike along the Sam Merrill Trail past the Cobb Estate and the ruins of Mount Lowe Railway, Echo Mountain House and the White City.
Owens River Gorge, my new favorite place.
A pumice mine, hub caps, tall broads, charcoal kilns, a baby volcano, dirty socks hot springs, and a concentration camp airport.
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