Spectacular Dantes View

It was well worth a long drive (a lonely road) to Dantes View. This was our last stop on our first day of journey to Death Valley National Park California. It was already 3:30 pm when we left the main road and it took us about 20 minutes to get there. A 13 mile paved road but the last quarter mile is 15% grade. A steep climb up but so beautiful. Vehicles over 25ft or longer are prohibited on this road. Please watch our short video  Road to Dantes View  to see the road.  There were few cars when we arrived at The Dantes View but those people were out exploring around. It wasn't crowded at all in fact we were the only ones there enjoying the 360 degrees of breathtaking view of Death Valley from 5475 ft high above Sea Level.  We didn't stay long because it was windy and cold.  It would have been nice to explore the area but it was also getting late in a day. There was a Bee Hazard caution sign on the road but we didn't even get the change to see any. Maybe it's because we

Tulips in Skagit Valley

My family and I, once again, had the opportunity to visit Mt. Vernon and La Conner this spring to see the beautiful and colorful fields of Tulips and Daffodils. The tulips are like rainbows on the ground, so amazingly vibrant and layered in multi colors. The wow was the word of the day when we drove through there. Although there are other tourist spots to see, we were only able to visit the Tulip Town. The $5 entrance fee was will worth it. Walking through their fields, we got our dose of colors for the day.

Here is a short video of my little cowboy in Tulip Town. I hope you enjoy watching as I had fun putting it together.

Another good video of Tulip Town in Skagit Valley, includes in this video are the names of bulbs that they have for sale.

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  1. Oh wow-so vibrant in colours-just like in Holland

    1. Thanks Birgit, I want to go see tulips in Holland someday.


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