Death Valley, CA
Death Valley Railroad
The Death Valley Railroad was a 3 ft narrow gauge railroad that operated in California's Death Valley to carry borax from the mines at Ryan, CA to Death Valley Junction, a distance of approximately 20 miles.
Engine No. 2 also worked for the United States Potash Railroad, but was bought by the Death Valley National Park and is now currently at the Borax Museum at Furnace Creek.
The Desert Sunflower
Native to the Mojave Desert and quite drought resistant.
Catching flower blooms in Death Valley is hit and miss depending on the rain. This was the first group of flowers I found and was thrilled.