Joshua Tree National Park

We all have something to learn from a Viking Girl. I like her adventures and her pictures. I wish you all the best, Viking Girl.

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The Famous Joshua trees … their adventurous spirits are in a constant dance of trying to figure out which direction would be the very best to grow their branches and outdo their neighbor. Which kind of ends up looking a dysfunctional struggle of trying to find the right direction… but it is exactly that, that makes them so beautiful.
They’re slow growing and some years they may not even grow at all. Their age? Impossible to tell as they don’t grow rings. On top of that, they aren’t actually trees! They are a kind of yucca, a succulent that stores water. But not just any yucca, they are the largest yucca and they grow only in the Mojave Desert.

The Joshua tree got its name from Mormon settlers who crossed through the area in the 1800s. The shape of the Joshua trees reminded them of a story from the bible…

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5 thoughts on “Joshua Tree National Park

    1. You’ re welcome, dear. You’ re a wonderful blogger, and adventurist, and photographer, and a teacher, dear, since we learn things and stuff from your experiences through your blog. Take care and enjoy, Viking Girl.

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