A two night, three day Journey in the desert.
A filming location from the movie 'Paul' and the only place for a bite to eat on the extraterrestrial highway. Not a large menu, but a really cool stop for stretching your legs. The food wasn't bad either.
This ghost town is amazingly cool to walk around and photograph. You can't enter the buildings, but its a great place to stretch your legs and take in some of that desert awesomeness.
A small path around an old borax mine in Death Valley. Lots of cool information on the process and what the times were like when the mine was open.
Death Valley was amazing and the Badwater Basin is one of those must see destinations there. Just the vastness is incredible, it goes on forever!
Vast and beautiful. There is nothing like these views to humble and amaze you.
There are countless things to do and see in Vegas, it is one of my all time favorite places to be. Both on and off the Strip you could never be bored. Just laying by the pool is its own adventure.
The guided tour through the Neon Museum was fantastic. The guide is Knowledgeable, informative and enthusiastic. I would have loved to do the night time tour and see some of the restored signs lit up, but they book very quick, it was amazing all the same during the day.
I wish I had set aside more time to see the Valley of Fire, it was amazing to crest the hill and just be wowed by the beautiful colors in the rocks. We were able to take a short hike near the Mouse Tank, it was beautiful and awe inspiring. It for sure warrants another visit to explore more.