Joshua Tree, part 1

When I headed for Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument with the Ogre in February, I wanted to stop in Joshua Tree National Park and spend a day pedaling off pavement in some of the most interesting and remote parts of the park. However, due to rain and snow, the unpaved roads in J Tree were closed at that time, and remained closed for weeks. Thus, I skipped J Tree on the way to Organ Pipe, but I didn’t give up on finding another opportunity to get there.

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3 response to "Joshua Tree, part 1"

  1. By: Lednar De Nalloh Posted: April 12, 2019

    Love those Joshua trees

    • By: Bill Stone Posted: April 12, 2019

      The trees and jumbled boulders make an enchanting landscape. And — like Death Valley and the Grand Canyon — even when I think I’ve explored everything, there’s always something new to see. Speaking of which, I need to get on the road this morning so I can pedal through some unexplored territory along the Colorado River.

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