Death Valley, Part I– Angels & Beasts

  Deserts are arid. Little rainfall. Little vegetation. Hot stinging winds blow dust up to 60 miles per hour. The desert temperatures rise so high that people risk dehydration and possibly death. The desert is inhabited by foxes, coyotes, rats, snakes, scorpions, and lizards. At nighttime, the beastly creatures come out to play. Insects like... Continue Reading →