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Life-forms in Death Vally

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Death Vally CA. overlooking the Racetrack. On our way out of the mountains our side-arm broke then we lost our brakes and emergency brake then Toby looks at me and goes

Death Vally CA. overlooking the Racetrack. On our way out of the mountains our side-arm broke then we lost our brakes and emergency brake then Toby looks at me and goes "O F**k we just lost the clutch to" but all ended in good times, we found the parts we needed in a junkyard the next day.

Why drown to death in your own sweat exploring the dryest place on our planet when you can beat the heat skip the crowds and stumble across extremly rare blossoms by traveling at winter. Just watch your step because most lifeforms are extreamly small in this extreme ecosystem. To get around you'll need a jeep with four-wheel-drive, extra gas, spare wheels, tools, a friend or two and always lots of water. Up in the mountains is where you'll be going so forget about the tourist destinations. Death Vally is littered with forgoten roads, abandon mines and reminiscence of the past 150 years of settlers that are now long gone, as well as the Timbisha tribe witch has existed their for over a 1000 years. When you find the stunted trees, odd plants and fur vomit from hawks then you know your in the right place, you've found the life hidden in Death Vally.

Tags: death vally, desert, lifeforms, travel

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