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National park tips: Death Valley's castle is closed, but the inn will soon be open longer

Someday, when they get it open again, you’ll want to take a tour of Scotty's Castle in Death Valley National Park. In the meantime, big things are planned at Furnace Creek.  First, about Scotty’s. The castle was hit in late 2015 by the most severe flooding since it was built in the 1920s. The National...

Ancient beasts roamed this secret spot in Death Valley

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Fossil tracks were left by mastodons, camels, horses and large cats millions of years ago.

National park tips: Greet dawn on these dunes

Get to sunrise at Death Valley National Park’s Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes. Failing that, sunset. These dunes, about two miles east of the Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel, aren't the tallest dunes in the park, but they're the easiest to reach from Furnace Creek, the park’s most popular overnight spot....

National park tips: This California valley gets you lower than the Grand Canyon

When you make that road trip to Death Valley National Park, don’t just drive to Badwater, which is famed for being the lowest point in North America. Try to get there at sunrise or sunset, when the dramatic light all but transforms the landscape into a sci-fi set. Then hike a few hundred yards...

Man identified as killer by dying ex-girlfriend convicted of murder, torture and arson

A Yucca Valley man was convicted Thursday of the 2011 torture and burning death of his ex-girlfriend, who named him in her dying words.  A Rancho Cucamonga jury found 43-year-old Hector Meza guilty of one count of first degree murder, according to the San Bernardino County district attorney’s office. ...

76 Amazing Vintage Photographs Documented a Road Trip Through Death Valley in 10 Days in 1926

The Death Valley Automobile Trip photograph album containing 76 prints appears to be the record of a sightseeing trip made from Los Angeles to Death Valley in 1926. A written record--in the form of diary entries--is also included and...Show More Summary

Death of Central Valley prison inmate is investigated as a possible homicide

The death of a Valley State Prison inmate is being investigated as a possible homicide, officials said Monday. The 44-year-old man, whose name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin, was found unresponsive on Thanksgiving morning in a dormitory at the Chowchilla facility, according...

Florida State beats rival Florida and makes case for Orange Bowl bid

The Seminoles finish off a 9-3 regular season, and Florida looked like the same ole Florida. No. 14 Florida State has beaten No. 15 Florida for the fourth year in a row, 31-13, a week after the Gators knocked off LSU in Death Valley. FSU’s...Show More Summary

Well, even Taylor Swift has done the mannequin challenge now

As the mannequin challenge hurtles toward the valley of death where the running man challenge and planking now reside, singer Taylor Swift has hopped on the bandwagon just before we eventually forget about it all. SEE ALSO: 'GilmoreShow More Summary

Correcting Trump

Photo from Death Valley National Park, 2013. "You know the hottest day ever was in 1890-something, '98," Donald Trump said yesterday in a meeting with the New York Times. He seemed to have in mind the official world-record temperature that...

More Death Threats=> Trump Assassination Mural Put Up in Los Angeles

They want him dead… Up in the Valley took these photos on Monday in Van Nuys, California. She sent them... The post More Death Threats=> Trump Assassination Mural Put Up in Los Angeles appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

THE MYSTERIOUS ROCKS THAT ARE MOVING ACROSS DEATH VALLEY ... BY THEMSELVES

In Death Valley, California, something very strange is happening. That is, for anyone observing the valley, you'll notice a strange phenomenon going on that will likely baffle your mind for a good few weeks. Lying on the dried up cracked valley bed lies a group of rocks, but there’s something ver

Links: The Sump, Nevada

This is about as close as I've gotten to The Sump, a place in Nevada that I had never heard of until I was doing some research into stops for our Death Valley trip of last February. And mind you, the declivity I've pointed out in the photo above is just the southern entrance to this apparently intriguing place. Show More Summary

LSU Fans Did an Accidental Mannequin Challenge After Loss to Florida (Video)

It was heartbreak city during the LSU-Florida game on Saturday in Baton Rouge as LSU’s RB Derrius Guice was stuffed on a goal-line stand by the Gators, coming out victorious in Death Valley by a score of 16-10. The shocking goal-line stand made LSU Tigers fans do an accidental Mannequin challenge as everyone in the crowd […]

How the tech industry is outsourcing pollution to China [Kahney’s Korner podcast]

The tech industry appears to be nice and clean, but it has a long and toxic history of environmental damage. Silicon Valley is home to the most Superfund cleanup sites in the country. A new film, Death by Design, takes a sobering look at the electronics industry and it’s toxic environmental legacy — both here […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Reclamation

On the New Yorker web site, a follow-up Death Valley piece about the Timbisha Shoshone people and their connection to the Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock.

Glimpsing Death Valley's semi-secret trove of rare animal tracks

Paleontologists call it “The Barnyard,” a remote box canyon in an inhospitable desert where slabs of mud stone as big as billboards are indented with fossil tracks left by mastodons, camels, horses and cats the size of leopards. It is one of the largest, most diverse and well-preserved deposits...

Nancy Pelosi Will Lead House Democrats Through Valley Of Shadow Of Death

Pelosi says she's got enough support to be queen of the House Democrats forever and ever!

Ranking Best ACC Football Matchups of Week 12

Pitt's shocking upset of Clemson in Death Valley last weekend is proof that anything can happen in college football. The Tigers didn't necessarily let their guard down, either. Panthers coach Pat Narduzzi called a stellar game, and senior...Show More Summary

The Timbisha Shoshone of Death Valley and the Shadow of Trump

“In the desert, you see, there is everything and there is nothing,” Balzac wrote. “It is God without mankind.” The sensation of sublime emptiness, of a sacred void, explains the enduring romantic appeal of a place like Death Valley, which I wrote about in last week’s issue. Show More Summary

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