Joshua Tree NP (cont’d 2)

I highly recommend a visit to “Keys View”. It was amazing but extremely windy (gusts that knock you off balance). Take a jacket. You will be able to see the Salton Sea and a Mexico border mountain with good visibility which we were fortunate to have. We also drove down Pinto Basin Road all the way to the Cottonwood Visitor Center, taking in sights along the way. As usual, there are also a few shots from town, camp, etc.
I almost forgot two videos now at the bottom of the post–one a 360 from a late stop inside the park and then one of possibly the prettiest campsite sunsets I’ve seen since going out on the road.

2 thoughts on “Joshua Tree NP (cont’d 2)”

  1. As an East Coast native/inhabitant, I find this awesome. I look forward to visiting this “exotic” landscape Thank you for sharing,

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    1. Before my relatively short time on the east coast (7 yrs), I lived primarily in the mid-west and deep south, so this has been an eye-opening experience for me, too. Something new to me most every day–which I love. I’m glad to have you along for the ride!


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