Author name: Desert Trails - By Jim Bremner

Fire in the Furnace Creek area of Death Valley National Park.

Yesterday evening at approximately 6:30PM the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a structure fire in the Furnace Creek area of Death Valley National Park. The Furnace Creek laundry facility located near the historic Furnace Creek Inn was completely engulfed in flames; Farabee’s Jeep Rental suffered some minor damage. No injuries were reported. An investigator […]

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The Secret Desert by Erin Hanson 


Limited Engagement at Tumbleweed Gallery Borrego Springs   Tumbleweed Gallery and Borrego Springs welcome art lovers near and far to view the beloved Borrego landscape through the eyes of Open-Impressionistic artist Erin Hanson. Experience the unspoiled vistas of Borrego Springs in Hanson’s distinctively daring color, large scale and bold brush strokes.  Opening Reception: Friday, February

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Some National Parks are now open

As a result of donations from states to the National Park Service, the following national parks are temporarily re-opened. Arches National Park (Utah, open October 11-20) Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah, open October 11-20) Canyonlands National Park (Utah, open October 11-20) Capitol Reef National Park (Utah, open October 11-20) Cedar Breaks National Monument (Utah, open October 11-20) Glen Canyon National

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Navajo Nation Parks Not Affected by Federal Government Shut Down

WINDOW ROCK, AZ. – Navajo Nation parks are open and will remain open. Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation Department Manager Martin L. Begaye announced today that all Navajo Nation tribal parks are currently open. “We are pleased to announce that all Navajo Nation tribal parks are fully operating and open to the public. We are

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