Death Valley

Barren land as far as eyes can see. We camped at Shoshone. There are some “oasis” in Death Valley and this is one of them. At Shoshone, there is a natural hot springs and we enjoyed the swim in the pool. I read that the native Americans would spend time here.

Seeing the vast “nothing but rocks and sand,” I couldn’t imagine living here, but as I got used to the scenery, the beautiful mountain range and the hot spring, I was able to appreciate what even such barren wilderness offers. There are beauty all over the earth, even in such a place known as one of the most barren places in the world.

“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.”

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