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Red Valley Hand & Bath Towel

Red Valley Hand & Bath Towel
Red Valley Hand & Bath Towel
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Our soft, Artist-designed Hand Towels and Bath Towels bring a totally unique style to the bathroom. Design tip: update your bathroom towels every few months with seasonal patterns and designs.

  • Available as a single towel, or in a set of four
  • Set of four includes 2 Hand and 2 Bath Towels
  • Hand Towel dimensions: 30” x 15”
  • Bath Towel dimensions: 64” x 32”
  • Soft polyester-microfiber front
  • White cotton terry reverse side
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My photograph of the red rocks within Valley of Fire State Park in southern Nevada, USA. The round rock in front is referred to as a "Beehive."

©Flanders-Krause

red cliffs, desert southwest, Valley of Fire, Nevada, sandstone, eroded rocks, stones, boulders,

Nevada State Park Brochure: Valley of Fire derives its name from red sandstone formations, formed from great shifting sand dunes during the age of dinosaurs, 150 million years ago. Complex uplifting and faulting of the region followed by extensive erosion, have created the present landscape.

Prehistoric users of Valley of Fire include the Basket Maker people and later the Anasazi Pueblo farmers from the nearby fertile Moapa Valley. Fine examples of rock art left by these ancient people can be found at several sites within the park.

www.parks.nv.gov/parks/valley-of-fire-state-park

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