The Highs and the Lows of RVing

It’s not often we drive at this elevation (but we did ascend to 12,183 feet on this road):

Taken along the road to the Rocky Mountain National Park Visitors Center.

Or at this elevation:

Death Valley National Park
Death Valley National Park, Badwater Basin, 282 feet below sea level.

Can you see what they’re looking at?

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Can you see it now?

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I’m sure you can see it now:

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Scroll back up to the picture where the people are looking up. The sea level sign is way up above the railing between Sturgis and leather jacket, five uprights to the left of leather jacket.

Oh yes it is.

What are your highs and lows? Literally or figuratively?

6 thoughts on “The Highs and the Lows of RVing

  1. Hmm, I am unsure if we have driven that high yet, but is flying and landing to a mountain count? Im referring of course to our glacier landing at Mt Denali!
    And yes we have been to the fascinating Death Valley NP, one of our favorite places that we might visit again for the third time.
    Like your comparison, interesting.


  2. Al and I loved Death Valley and hope to return one day. It’s so extreme and prehistoric feeling. Living in Colorado, I’ve been pretty high (in elevation that is) and low, Death Valley. Isn’t it great being able to experience such diversity?


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