and I have been scouting ahead of the main convoy, looking for a place where we can all lay over for a couple of days. Yes, the police were chasing us for a while but we managed to loose them when we got off the main road.
When we stopped for a moment to decide upon a further route, we were approched by a coyote. He told us about a place where the convoy could stay.
And here it is! Yes, itâ€™s time for me to begin keeping a. . . .
Mind, Death Valley National Park is a strange place. But I know youâ€™ll enjoy yourselves.
Our lodging facility will be whatâ€™s known as Scottieâ€™s Castle, a mansion constructed during the 1920s by millionaire Albert Mussey Johnson and local outdoorsman Walter Scott (known as Death Valley Scottie). Itâ€™s located on one of the few creeks coming down from the mountains; and in fact the spacious living room is air cooled via an ingenious use of the creekâ€™s flowing water: a virtual wall of falling water covers one side of the room, keeping the temperature at a comfortable level.
So park your vehicle, stretch your legs and explore! Just remember: Bring plenty of water with you.
P.S.: If you have any questions, please feel free to ask our pleasant desert guide (below).