Hitting Valley Of Fire in Nevada - holy guacamole!

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    Hitting Valley Of Fire in Nevada - holy guacamole!

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    Hitting Valley Of Fire in Nevada - holy guacamole!
    Okay world, you're pretty damn amazing. We go driving around in search of some cool scenes, and now you give us some of the most amazing landscapes that I've ever seen to feast our eyes on. What more can I say? In fact, I don't say. Instead, I'll show.

    It was a cloudy day today in eastern Nevada, but perfect for hiking through stunning red rock formations that almost look unreal. The clouds added an extra element of depth to our adventure, and my camera was never actually on my side for more than just a few minutes the entire morning. Everywhere I turned, another scene needed to be captured!

    If you ever find yourself in the Las Vegas area, do yourself a favor and visit Valley of Fire State Park. It's $10/day/car, so it isn't especially cheap. But whatever - we're out in the middle of nowhere and paying nothing (other than our taxes) for the land that we're calling home at the moment. So, we got some cash to spare.

    Also, let me know in the comments what you guys think of these on the fly stream of consciousness photo posts.

    What we saw this morning in Valley of Fire State Park

    The entrance sign at Valley of Fire State Park
    The wife at Valley of Fire State Park
    The road!
    Prickly Pear wildflowers
    Jagged edges, much?
    Endless red rocks and amazing landscapes
    Red rocks and some yellow wildflowers
    Huge red rocks
    The Fire Wave rock
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    Steve Adcock
    Steve is a 38-year-old early retiree who writes about the intersection of happiness and financial independence. Steve is a regular contributor to MarketWatch, CNBC, and The Ladders. He lives full-time in his 30' Airstream Classic and travels the country with his wife Courtney and two rescued dogs.

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