We arrived at the National Park Service Stovepipe Wells Campground in the dark. Driving the desert in the dark, mostly downhill was slightly un-nerving.
While eating breakfast we had two visitors.
A big, black Raven who was used to getting handouts and someone else who was used to people.
The campground was basically a gravel parking lot, 150 “campsites.” I would not want to be here during the summer at 100+ degrees and full. There were about six of us in the campground, so there was plenty of space for us.
We headed out for Titus Canyon.