Hiking, camping and 4WD in the Mojave Desert, Death Valley and Eastern Sierra

These days I'm driving a Toyota FJ Cruiser on desert dirt roads instead of the 10-ton bicycle of all those years past–and then hiking from there. Things change!

This corral looks like a good place to take another break before hiking

0747-dobie-meadows-rd.jpg After a couple of miles on the pavement of Highway 120, I reach the dirt of Dobie Meadows Rd Thumbnails The corral is fairly large and the original fence is made of piled stones After a couple of miles on the pavement of Highway 120, I reach the dirt of Dobie Meadows Rd Thumbnails The corral is fairly large and the original fence is made of piled stones After a couple of miles on the pavement of Highway 120, I reach the dirt of Dobie Meadows Rd Thumbnails The corral is fairly large and the original fence is made of piled stones After a couple of miles on the pavement of Highway 120, I reach the dirt of Dobie Meadows Rd Thumbnails The corral is fairly large and the original fence is made of piled stones After a couple of miles on the pavement of Highway 120, I reach the dirt of Dobie Meadows Rd Thumbnails The corral is fairly large and the original fence is made of piled stones

Adobe Hills in the background.