Joshua Tree National Park

October 15, 2014 § 3 Comments

We stayed in the Jumbo Rocks campground where each campsite is nestled in among the piles of giant boulders.  We had no phone, internet, or television but we had a good time exploring the park, people watching, reading, and watching dvd’s.

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The last shot is called skull rock which was about a half mile hike from our camp.

We drove up the highest peak in the park where Mexico, Palm Springs, and the San Andreas fault can be seen through the smog.

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Well it helps to have a little imagination.

We are now in a free Bureau of Land Management desert camping area near Quartzsite AZ.  It’s hotter than normal for this time of year but the monsoons are over and is dry with humidity levels around 10 percent.

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