If you were to ask anyone from the East coast about living in Death Valley, they would most likely give you a funny look and laugh at you. It seems like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? How does a person live in a place named Death Valley after all? It seems like “living” and “Death Valley” are two contradicting words that do not belong together.
Well, to the surprise of many, it really is possible to live in Death Valley. What is life like in such a place? Well, for starters to paint a picture for you, there isn’t the convenience of stores nearby and no services such as doctors or dentists, fast food. In other words, there is no life out there in terms of civilization, there is hardly ever any rain… Ever, and the temperature is well expected to rise high into the hundreds. DEATH Valley, ok? Ok.
There are a few home building companies much like who hold high to their standards like Slaske Builders of Ohio to build your dream home with the finest of materials. Unfortunately, Slaske Builders is an Ohio exclusive company and there’s a slim chance you’d get them to build your dream home in the middle of the Death Valley desert.
Now, don’t get me wrong. There is still life in Death Valley, such as plants and animals.There are nearly 1,000 different plant species, but I wouldn’t recommend touching any of them unless you know what you’re dealing with. Just about everything in the desert wants to kill you.
I’ve visited Phoenix, Arizona once before and I was excited to experience what so many people call, “dry heat.” In the East, the heat is accompanied by humidity. Your skin is always moist and it’s difficult to breath. You will sweat simply by sitting down. When I did experience the dry heat of the West coast sun, I still didn’t like it and came to the conclusion that heat is heat and if it’s there then I wouldn’t be outside, especially in Death Valley.