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Updated: Jan 14, 2011 11:24pm PST

Nevada Landscapes, Plants, Burros : Nevada,Nature,landscapes,Plants, Burros.

Nevada Landscapes, Plants, Burros

nylamorrison

Nevada,Nature,landscapes,Plants, Burros.

Updated: Jan 05, 2011 8:25pm PST

Nevada : Views of Nevada

Nevada

Bill Gerrard

Views of Nevada

Updated: Oct 08, 2009 11:10am PST

Historic Railroad Trail & Hoover Dam, Nevada : Today you can walk or bicycle along the elevated railroad bed and through five tunnels used to haul supplies and materials for the construction of Hoover Dam. Beautiful panaramic views of Lake Mead and the surrounding desert landscape can be seen along this trail.  2.5 miles of the trail  once ended after passing through the 5th tunnel.   Now, you can continue another mile plus down a winding path before ending at a parking deck overlooking Hoover Dam.

Historic Railroad Trail & Hoover Dam,...

Rick Crimmel

Today you can walk or bicycle along the elevated railroad bed and thro ...

Updated: Feb 11, 2009 6:49pm PST

St. Thomas, Lake Mead, NV : St. Thomas, Nevada, founded by Mormon settlers, is now a ghost town in Clark County, Nevada. Near to where the Muddy River flows into the Colorado River, St. Thomas was purchased by the Federal Government and abandoned as the waters of Lake Mead submerged the town. It is now located within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.  Since the lake has receded in recent years (2007/2008), St. Thomas is now visible.

St. Thomas, Lake Mead, NV

Rick Crimmel

St. Thomas, Nevada, founded by Mormon settlers, is now a ghost town ...

Updated: Nov 17, 2008 2:17pm PST

Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada - 2007 : 
Valley of Fire State Park, adjoining the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, lies in a valley 4 miles wide by 6 miles long and 55 miles northeast of Las Vegas.   Dedicated in1935, Valley of Fire is Nevada's oldest and largest state park. It covers an area over 34,000 acres, at an elevation of between 2,000 and 2,600 feet. The valley earns its name from the beautiful red sandstone formations and the stark magnificence of the Mojave Desert.  The park also contains many areas of petrified wood and Indian petroglyphs.

Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada - 2007

Rick Crimmel

 Valley of Fire State Park, adjoining the Lake Mead National Recre ...

Updated: Nov 04, 2008 10:52am PST

Valley of Fire State Park - 2008 :

Valley of Fire State Park - 2008

Rick Crimmel

Updated: Oct 23, 2008 12:56pm PST