Today is just a short post to finish up Valley of Fire.
When last I left you, we had visited the White Domes at the end of White Domes Rd. We drove back towards the main road towards the East entrance. On the way we passed the Seven Sisters which are seven lone, tall rocks. There is a little picnic area in this spot. We continued onwards toward The Cabins and Lone Rock.
This image was taken near Lone Rock which is kind of what it sounds like. It is a large lone rock which a picnic area has been set up near. We hiked back towards a little canyon and took a picture inside one of the little mini caves that dot the rockscape within VOF.
The light was fading, but I wanted to see the Cabins, which I had missed during my visit last December.
These cabins were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935 to provide shelter for travelers and campers that came to visit the newly established Valley of Fire State Park.
I originally had planned to bring my tripod for some sunset shots but totally forgot it in the hotel room! This one was captured hand held as the sun started going down.
It was a beautiful end to our day at Valley of Fire State Park!