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The Salton Sea, Salvation Mtn. After a spring visit to Joshua Tree National Park

The Road Less Traveled FEATURED Posted by Lois Joy Hofmann Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference. –Robert Frost Lois at the Salton Sea Visitor Center The Salton

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Forum Scheduled for Lithium Valley Commission

By Bob Marra / MarraIntel.com The public is invited to participate in a Lithium Valley Commission Community Forum which will be held online and in person on November 17 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. It’s an opportunity to connect with

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VIDEO – Odd lights in the sky last night in the Coachella Valley!

Odd lights in the sky last night going towards the Salton Sea. What do you think it was? 😳👽☄️🛸 Coachella Valley Video! – by Brandon Reyes! Tonight we showcase Live – the Newest Brewery in the Coachella Valley and Devon

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Salton Sea Beauty by Tony Fernandez

Coachella Valley Photographer, Tony Fernandez, visited the Salton Sea and captured this amazing shot! Read More

Salton Sea – Coachella Valley Photo of the Day – by Pilar Cristi

Coachella Valley Photo of the Day – Salton Sea – by Pilar Cristi!

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California Salton Sea Fly-in “Gathering” of Paramotor Pilots

Salton Sea “Gathering” of Paramotor Pilots February 7-10, 2019 Also: USPPA Instructor’s Clinic Feb 5-7 and Tandem Clinic 8-10!   IMPORTANT: Please fly respectfully here – we are guests and need follow some simple guidelines.  Please look HERE for more.    A Lake visible

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Blue-footed Boobies are a rare visitor to the Salton Sea

Have you ever seen these birds? Blue-footed boobies are a rare visitor to the Salton Sea. They migrate from the Gulf of California to South America COMMON NAME: Blue-Footed Booby SCIENTIFIC NAME: Sula nebouxii TYPE: Birds DIET: Carnivores GROUP NAME: Flock AVERAGE LIFE SPAN IN

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Salton Sea Sunset

Salton Sea Sunset by Peter Tellone Photographer Peter has been capturing the beauty of the Coachella Valley for years. You can see his work and read more about Peter here! Peter has kindly allowed us to showcase some his work

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Why is California’s largest lake called a Sea?

Ever wonder why California’s largest lake, the Salton Sea, called a sea? Yes it is very salty, but geographically speaking it’s because of elevation. Many lakes below sea level are referred to as seas – By The Salton Sea mermaid

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New Mud Pots Boil Over, Salton Sea – California

As the Salton Sea begins to recede these ancient geothermal and seismic phenomenons are reappearing on the Salton Sea shorelines in the Coachella Valley.  These are very hot and will cause serious burns and even death!!! ======================= MORE VIDEOS THAT

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Salton Sea Mudpot Fields Bubbling Over – Video

Check out this video of all THREE mudpot fields at Salton Sea. By Randy at Saltons Sea Walk COACHELLA VALLEY’S TOP STORIES MORE STORIES THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND PHOTO GALLERIES OF ALL OUR SHOOTS The Walker  

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The Salton Sea Walker – man will attempt to be first ever to walk the 116 miles shoreline in just 6 days this summer

In June 2015 one man will attempt to be the first person to ever walk around the 116 miles of Salton Sea shoreline. The attempt during summer when temperatures reach 120°F will be chronicled on the SaltonSeaWalk.com, Twitter, Facebook, Google

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Follow the Historic Walk Around The Salton Sea

A Historic Walk Around The Salton Sea By Randy Brown Everyone says I am crazy to want to walk around the 116 miles of Salton Sea shoreline but I say it’s everyone else that is missing out on what a

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Mud Volcanoes near the Salton Sea??

Salton Sea Mud Volcanoes Along the eastern shoreline, near Bombay Beach, Elite Tours owner Mark Farley leads his group a short distance from the Highway 111 roadway and picks up a rock. It is no ordinary rock, but rather pumice:

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Salvation Mountain – A Potential Environmental Nightmare Lying in Wait?

By Death Valley Jim For many years I have been asked, “Jim, have you been to Salvation Mountain?” Which I’ve quickly answered, “No, but it looks interesting. It just isn’t very high on my list of places that I want

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