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Old 11-20-2014, 05:53 PM
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Death Valley: 4 days/3 Nights (Picture Heavy)

Anyone that has seen my other trip thread, knows I spent 2 days in the Mojave on a trip sponsored by BFGoodrich Tires. If you havent seen that thread, click here.

Immediately following that trip, which ended in Las Vegas, we headed home with one small detour planned along the way; Death Valley.

We headed east from Las Vegas to enter the park and planned on camping 3 nights in the desert. Our campsites were, with the exception of one night, nothing more than an area of "previously disturbed area off a path" where we set up our trucks, chairs and got settled in, because in Death Valley, you can camp just about anywhere away from main roads, if you can get there.

It was a fantastic trip, with plenty to see. You know what they say: "Take only pictures, and leave only footprints."

So I did just that.

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Very nice pics! Looks like almost too much fun... almost... =-)
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Awesome Trey, the desert becons.
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Fantastic shots Trey. Especially those night shots. Good job.

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It's a given, on this Ford site, that we're Ford fans, but many of us have additional interests. Me, I'd like to also see some photos of the RV's.
And if you are so inclined, some hot girl-friends would be accepted.
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It's a given, on this Ford site, that we're Ford fans, but many of us have additional interests. Me, I'd like to also see some photos of the RV's.
And if you are so inclined, some hot girl-friends would be accepted.
RVs? Trailers? Pft.

This is CAMPING!

My buddy in the grey F250 has a truck tent, but sub-freezing temperatures 2/3 nights confined him to the cab, where as the cab is my preferred bed.

No girlfriends on this trip.
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To each there own. I would prefer an RV trailer to sleep in over the cab of my truck any day. Of course, that would limit my ability to get to some areas.

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To each there own. I would prefer an RV trailer to sleep in over the cab of my truck any day. Of course, that would limit my ability to get to some areas.

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If I had a gf, or a few extra years, that might be the case.

David didn't like sleeping in the cab; says he likes to spread out. Not me. Works great for me.
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I didn't mind sleeping in the Bronco when I had it, but wold still prefer a small RV trailer instead. If I ever get approved for the disability, I will look for a small trailer I can pull behind a Ranger.

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