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Spent some time out in Vegas with the family unit. Visited Red Rock Canyon, Valley of Fire (a favorite), and Death Valley. A few select pics.

Climbing around at Valley of Fire.





Zabriske Point In Death Valley NP





A Jeep trail cuts off here - an amazing number of "4WD required", "high clearance required", and "high clearance 4WD vehicle with experienced operator" trails for a National Park.



A pretty accurate outside temperature reading - it jibed with other weater reports / bank thermometers, etc... A local reading in a tight canyon along the "Artists Drive" into the foothills. Cool road - paved, one-way, and nothing over 24' allowed (it gets tight).



My homies from Bentley doing road testing in Death Valley. Also ran across a posse of big Benzes with m-plates and test gear.

 

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I'm going to guess his daughter and with that just lots of fatherly love.


Nice pics!
 

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That's my 21 year-old daughter. The boy is 17.

We did a little gambling - didn't do too well. While they insist that Vegas is doing as well as ever, hotel occupancy is down and consequently the gambling is a little tighter.

I don't gamble on the strip at all. My favorite places are all on Boulder Highway - looser, less crowded, and better service. Sam's Town (where we stayed this time - I usually stay at The Orleans) and Arizona Charlie's.

The nicest hotel casino (by far) is Red Rock, which is owned by the Station Casinos. It makes the Wynn, Bellagio, and Venetian look cheesy.
 

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That's my 21 year-old daughter. The boy is 17.

We did a little gambling - didn't do too well. While they insist that Vegas is doing as well as ever, hotel occupancy is down and consequently the gambling is a little tighter.

I don't gamble on the strip at all. My favorite places are all on Boulder Highway - looser, less crowded, and better service. Sam's Town (where we stayed this time - I usually stay at The Orleans) and Arizona Charlie's.

The nicest hotel casino (by far) is Red Rock, which is owned by the Station Casinos. It makes the Wynn, Bellagio, and Venetian look cheesy.
Perfect age for Kelly. LOL

Nice pics, I love the desert. :woot:
 
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