Death Valley Storm Sequence substitute Uncategorized June 21, 2005 1 Minute Christmas 2003. We were at the top of this mountain when the storm rolled in. The wind was blowing about 40 mph and it was bitterly cold. We got down just in time before the rain and hail hit. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Taggeddeath valleydesertflickrphotosstorm Published by substitute nope View all posts by substitute Published June 21, 2005
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That’s what’s great about living in California. We’re surrounded by so much beauty and don’t have to drive too far out of the way.
All you need is a tank of gas and a little motivation.
Love these! Remind me of the monsoon season in Phoenix, the one time we have actual weather. Thanks!