Darwin Falls

Expedition Hobo

coyotes

Feb. 05, 2016

 The day started early in anticipation of the morning rush hour.  My brother and I left at 7:15 a.m. to get a head start on our all-morning drive to Death Valley National Park.  It’s virtually impossible to anticipate traffic here so we did have to traverse some inconveniences on the road.  An unforeseen lane closure on the 15 freeway forced us to take a detour on to side streets causing a fifteen to twenty minute delay.  Our path then cleared only to be slowed again by a smaller one lane road, highway 395, filled with eighteen wheeled cargo trucks.  I was then excited to find myself on a much less traveled highway with seemingly no one else on the road.  Little did I know that the route of this highway was through a windy mountain pass on the side of a cliff, highway 178.  It would have been a…

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