This week, Mrs. Yollis' class is learning about
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Mrs. Yollis thought this would be a good time to share some photos from Death Valley. It's appropriate because Death Valley is the lowest, driest, hottest place in North America. Learn about comparative adjectives AND a national park all in the same post!
According to the Death Valley Ranger Guide:
During the1849 California gold rush a groups of pioneers decided, against the warning of their wagon master, to take a shorcut" across the unknown deserts of the West. Only one group member died in the valley, but as the party exited through Panamint Mountains, one man looked back and said, "goodbye, Death Valley."
Although the name is less than inviting, Death Valley is a beautiful place. Enjoy the photos taken by Mr. Yollis!
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