Racetrack Valley Road, Death Valley National Park

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    Teakettle Junction

    by sspagna Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Teakettle Junction (elevation 4,150 feet). The sign marking the junction is decorated with several old teakettles, cups, an electrical outlet and coffee pots. An iced tea sure would have hit the spot as the temperature was 118 when we stopped.

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    The Racetrack Playa

    by sharkie Written Aug 24, 2002

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    It is here where the mysterious sliding boulders are found. Theirs trails showing that the boulders up to 705 pounds (320 kg) have moved large distances over flat terrain. No one has actually seen these boulders move.

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