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By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
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I am one of those extremely fortunate people, I suppose, who has very few regrets about the choices she has made when facing that fork in the road, you know, when either way you go, whether left or right, can change your life completely -- except maybe in the year of 1970 when I decided to fix th...

By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
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The blog I wrote today is not really about the wildflowers in Death Valley, although I included a bunch of photographs we shot of wildflowers on a hillside around 3,000 feet in elevation. Most of the wildflowers in Death Valley have already bloomed and died back this year, because the weather is ...

By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
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Everybody we talked to, including the park rangers, warned us that the trip to The Racetrack would take at least 8 hours, and we probably should not drive down that gravel road all by ourselves. Since driving that winding road would mean I would have to rent a jeep and drive it because my husband...

By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
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The one thing I have discovered since coming to Death Valley is there are more things to see and do than a person can probably accomplish in 5 or 6 trips to this remarkable National Park. Yet, we're trying to squeeze in as many attractions and serious photography as possible. Of course, everybody...

By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
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To say I was unprepared for the beauty and spectacular views in 20 Mule Team Canyon would be a gross understatement. It would be like saying I sell only a few homes a year  in Sacramento. The place is incredible, and it's only the beginning of our adventure here in Death Valley National Park. I a...

By Robert Vegas Bob Swetz
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 Death Valley National Park by Robert Swetz 3-31-2011    Where are all these people walking? When I pulled into the parking area of this part of Death Valley there were cars, buses and motorcycles everywhere, why? When I took this photograph the temperature was around 92 degrees. So with this HO...
My brother mentioned that he had viewed News channel several days ago about the "WILD FLOWERS" in Death Valley National Park, and how it's been almost 30 years since Death Valley has had such a huge turn out with some Wild Flowers. So Robert (Vegas Bob) Swetz jumping in his car March 30th and dro...
This ones for you my friends & members from Activerain that are still fighting those Winter Blues, and just waiting for the snow to go away. This post is what some people would call a "Mirage" and what better place to capture a Mirage then the desert. Hang in there everyone and the snow & storms ...
 Within the next month I will be bringing everyone the natural Beauty of "Death Valley" California  Las Vegas and the surrounding areas have been getting hit real hard with rainfall. around 10 days ago Las Vegas Nevada had the same amount of rain in a day in a half then what we had in all of 200...
   This blog is dedicated to Scotty's Castle in Death Valley and Scotty himself.  If you have never been to Scotty's Castle it is a must see and he was a remarkable man.  I am posting this blog in remembrance of Scotty and to the EXPRESS WITH PHOTOGRAPHS AT ACTIVERAIN  group.  I formed this group...

By Robert Vegas Bob Swetz
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 Our visit to Death Valley by: Robert Swetz (Part Two)  Not everything is dead in Death Valley and I have the proof to show it. I posted several blogs before this one on Death Valley and I have so many photographs that I wanted to share with everyone.  This photograph above was taken right in th...

By Robert Vegas Bob Swetz
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 We had a wonderful time in Death Valley and the different colors of the sand and mountains is breath taking. We may have planed our visit a little early because the flowers bloom in March some time, so we will be taking another drive to Death Valley in March.  In the photograph above it looks l...

By Robert Vegas Bob Swetz
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 Our trip to Death Valley California was cut short because of business reasons.  Death Valley was nothing like I expected, we had a wonderful time and we will be going there in March because the flowers will be bloom, and we will stay for a few days.  In the 5 hours that we spent in the park I s...

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