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Mojave Desert, The Granites on the edge of Soda Lake along the Old Mojave Road
California
The Granites are a small Granite outcops that occur on the edge of Soda Lake along The Old Mojave Road. Mojave Desert, The Granites on the edge of Soda Lake along the Old Mojave Road From up on top of these small outcrops you can see the Rasor sand domes, the Soda Mountains, the Soda dry lake and far off past the dry lake are the Dead Mountains.
Copyright: Roger berry
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Uppladdad: 17/05/2012
Uppdaterad: 12/06/2014
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