Death Valley Super Bloom

On March 8th, my adventure buddy Julie and I drove to Death Valley National Park in California to see the “super bloom”. Happens about once every 10 years when there’s enough precipitation to sprout seeds and allow the flowers to bloom in the desert. Truly a magical sight!

After a 24 hour layover due to a thrown serpentine belt, we arrived and spent 6 days exploring this incredibly huge park. Spent some time riding our bikes, and a couple hikes, plus lots of photography. Slept under the stars one night and it was so beautiful.

A true spring break escape to sun below sea level. Julie & I decided we’d had enough PNW rain and needed a California road trip. Over 2700 miles in 8 days – we had a great adventure. Bikes, hikes & flowers. Spectacular!

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