Cross country road trips to see as many national parks, monuments, and places that a normal family would see over 20 years of vacationing in seven days isn't crazy, it's insane. I had the absolute pleasure, however, of doing this type of road trip with my closest friends in the world, on three seperate occasions. Seven days, ten gallons of coffee, two cartons of cigarettes, and the lives of 100,000 dead bugs on the bumper later, our experiences would never be forgotten. This picture was taken on one of those trips while we were in Death Valley. Hell may be a few degrees cooler than Death Valley in the summer. It's not a good sign when you walk from your car to the souvenir shop to buy a shot glass, and burst into flames. This photo is also a bit 'old school' and was taken with a camera that used film. Please look it up on Wikipedia if you've never heard of it.