In the morning, I refreshed with a swim in Lake Mead and changed into my last clean set of clothes. … Read more Regress.
We went for a swim before leaving Cattail Cove; the water was still silky and warm. We took the highway… Read more Lake Mead.
“Are you sure?” Phil asked. “Yeah, Lake Havasu is a big outdoor recreation spot. There’ll be a campsite there. Just… Read more Cattail Cove.
We parked the car near The Range, and went north on foot. The path was impassable for the Chrysler, and… Read more Checkpoint.
I woke up around six thirty to see a text message on my phone from Phil saying that he had… Read more Slab City.
I want to go to that sea at the end of the world To press my cheek against that fishbone… Read more The Bastard Sea.
We pulled into Salton City, picked up some provisions at the gas station across the highway, and headed to our… Read more Beyond the Berm.
We spent a leisurely morning at Joshua Tree. We awoke in the blue pre-dawn light, packed up the camp, made… Read more Joshua Tree.
Wonder Valley is a place that probably once deserved its name. As we wended our way down into the valley,… Read more Wonder Valley.
Once we left Death Valley, we were suffering from what I like to call “beauty exhaustion.” This is a state… Read more Salt and Dust.