Death Valley Days

OK, there’s so much I want to blog about:

There’s the bloodbath that’s going to happen on “Heroes.”

There’s the start of the real “American Idol.” (Please, all those auditions mean nothing. Some of the golden ticket winners have already been “uninvited,” which happens every year.)

There’s the action on “Lost” finally getting back to its core group and away from “Alcatraz Island.”

And then there’s Jack Bauer’s dad. Not since “Macbeth” has there been so much evil in one drama.

But even people who only watch TV for a living need to go on vacation. And where better to go to get away from phones and TVs than Death Valley.

So, as Simon says, off we go. And don’t worry. Everything is waiting for me on the DVR when I get back.

Chat with you all next week. And in the meantime, feel free to look over past blog items and comment at will.


  1. Volg said,

    March 18, 2007 at 7:41 am

    Have you had great time in Death Valley?
    It is an amazing place… And provides everybody with excellent photographic opportunities either at sunrise or sunset:

  2. Susan said,

    March 18, 2007 at 4:57 pm

    It was incredible. We thought we would stay there for a day or two and ended up spending a week there with no down time! We took the dirt roads, checked out the moving rocks, the volcano crater, Scotty’s Castle, the dunes…my gosh, it was just one amazing site after another.
    Death Valley – don’t bypass it just because of the name.