Amargosa River Artifacts And Scenery

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Amargosa River Artifacts And Scenery

Post by Death Valley Dazed » Tue Mar 03, 2020 5:04 pm

The river appears to have obtained its name from "Amargo" means bitter in Spanish and "Amargosa" is in reference to the non-potable water that flows in the Amargosa River.

Depart Death Valley over Highway 190 on Saturday, February 29, 2020, under a red sunrise over Mount Charleston, head south from Death Valley Junction on the east side of Eagle Mountain and the west side of Brown Mountain to stop and explore artifacts and portions of The Amargosa River until it crosses under Highway 127 on its way back around to Badwater. If any of you can explain what the structure at 4:13 is I'd appreciate that. It appears to be some sort of aviary or bio-collection apparatus?

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