How the Head of Death Valley National Park Keeps Cool When It's Sweltering

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How the Head of Death Valley National Park Keeps Cool When It's Sweltering

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In the summertime, I typically run at 5 in the morning, when the temperature’s great, like 85 degrees. This January, I finally got a GPS watch, Garmin Forerunner 25. I use it to track my runs and hikes, and it’s been neat to precisely track how far I’ve gone and where I’ve gone.

Before I go hiking, I freeze six quarts of water in Powerade bottles, then I let three thaw. As I hike, I pour water from the thawed bottles into the ones…

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