in Death Valley National Park.
Within the past week, California finally received some much needed moisture. During the precipitation event, Death Valley scored six-tenth of an inch of rain. For a region that averages less than 2 inches/year, this was a virtual Noah's Ark Deluge.
There's standing water, mud and morning dew. While hiking the spongy air feels more Florida than Furnace Creek. Go figure!
I think this waterfall is contributing to the wet feeling too.
Direct from Furnace Creek, California it's Sunday Night Live!