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One more shot of Death Valley, my third and last day here as I took one last look at Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, to the right was the highest point of the dune which rises smoothly about 100 feet from the Mesquite Flat. The rain clouds was all gone, not even a trace of moisture in the air, this is the way I remembered of Death Valley, This is about 9:00 in the morning, it felt like 12:00 and I already had my third bottle of waters and I am still dehydrated.

Ideally you want to be here in the spring time, but if you have not choice since your vacation time is fixed and it痴 in the summer. I suggest you do things in the valley floor early in the morning and later afternoon/early evening. In the middle of the day, take it easy, rest, or go up on the higher elevation, it will still be hot, but not as bad. The dune is best just before the sunset.

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