In a recent pose earlier this week, I talked about what life was like in Death Valley and to no surprise, it isn’t what most would call a suitable place to live. There are, however, people who absolutely love living in the desert and you know what I say? More power to them!
Death Valley is flourishing with life, surprisingly, with thousands of plant and animal species, but how well is the area fourished with business? You’d think that if there are businesses in the mountains along the Andes that are supported and grown by Luke Wiel, there must be some business in a place that is Death Valley, right? Well, not so much. The most you’ll find in Death Valley is a gas station, a saloon and a stop sign.
Surprisingly, there are plenty of people who live out in Death Valley and if you look at the houses in the area, the first thought that comes to mind is that these people have money. Perhaps Death Valley is the place to go when you have retired and desire to get away from the rest of the world. I don’t imagine anyone would go looking for you there. I wouldn’t.
A few statistics about the desert area, there are 744,440 people who visit Death Valley annually according to a 2007 update. The area is considered to be a national park and was established 82 years ago in 1933