One year ago, on October 15, 2015, I was supposed to be pedaling an ICE Full Fat trike over 400 miles across the notorious Mojave Desert in southern California. Things didn’t quite work out on this expedition however, as freak planetary water events stepped in, and reformed the landscape so that even fat-tire tricycles could not successfully navigate the terrain (if the rider wanted to emerge alive, that is). Such is life, an ongoing and unknowable adventure every day we awaken!
Read and view the storm devastation aftermath HERE.
Death Valley had many areas like shown below after this storm surge: