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Valley View

Before leaving for San Jose after a whole day of driving to East Yosemite, we decided to stop at Valley View to take picture of the Sunset since we spot the cloud would make some dramatic view of the scene. Valley View is close to Tunnel View (about 3 minutes away) but at the ground […]

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Sunset at Sheep Pass Campground

Group Camping at Sheep Pass Campground

This is one of the three campgrounds inside Joshua Tree national park and there are towering rock formations and uniquely-shaped Joshua trees surround the facility. Joshua trees are a member of the yucca family that have long evergreen leaves, shaggy bark and bunches of white flowers that bloom in spring. The rocks were formed by […]

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Black Rock Campground

A sleepless night at Black Rock Campground

We camped at Black Rock campground about 3-4 times since it is the most convenient campground at Joshua Tree. With its proximity to the nearest town (about 5 minutes away), and with running water, it is easily the best pick if this is the first time you have ever camped in the desert! Even though […]

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Camping at Ainsworth State Park

I had been planning to visit some waterfalls in Oregon for a long time but I didn’t have time to make some road trips to Oregon due to our busy schedule. I heard that it would be best to visit the waterfalls in the Summer so it would be easier to hike and see water […]

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Camping at Diamond Lake

After hiking 3 hours in Proxy Falls, we drove to Diamond Lake with the intent of stopping by Crater Lake to visit the famous lake on top of a volcano. However, as I predicted that we would arrive at about 6pm (driving 3 hours from Proxy Falls), we skipped Crater Lake to put up the […]

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