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This company created a $25,000 RV travel trailer designed to be towed by an EV like a Tesla

The P17A travel trailer. Polydrops Polydrops unveiled the P17A, a travel trailer that can be towed by electric vehicles like Teslas. The P17A has been an enormous hit since before it was publicly unveiled. The trailer ranges from $24,990 to $36,140 depending on the add-ons, which includes a kitchen module. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Travel trailer maker Polydrops - which designs its tiny homes on wheels to look like spaceships - has taken a new approach to road...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Electric Vehicle, Los Angeles, Trends, Tesla, RV, Road Travel, Lew, Travel Trailer, Tech Insider, Lone Pine California, Polydrop, Brittany Chang, Polydrops, Kyunghyun Lew Polydrop


5.8 magnitude earthquake rattles central California

The quake struck at 10:40 a.m. PDT and was centered about 6 miles south-southeast of Lone Pine, California, the U.S. Geological Survey said.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, California, Usa Today, U S Geological Survey, Lone Pine California


For sale: (1) California ghost town

Nestled between two national parks, Sequoia and Death Valley, there is a ghost town for sale. For a little under a million dollars, you could own a piece of the American West: an abandoned silver mining town founded in 1867 called Cerro Gordo. Mental Floss reports: Located in Owens Valley near the town of Lone Pine, the $925,000 property comes with over 300 acres of land, mineral rights, and no shortage of peace and quiet. There are 22 structures on site, including a historic hotel, bunkhou...
Tags: Post, Video, News, California, Los Angeles, Mining, Death Valley, American West, Ghost Town, Owens Valley, Lone Pine, Lone Pine California, Cerro Gordo, Cerro Gordo Mental Floss, Sierra Nevada Cerro Gordo


2017 Mazda CX-9 Touring AWD Long-Term Update 4: Adventures on the Road

Smack! Dang it. I jumped a little in my seat. The sudden sound of a stone impacting the windshield after completing its perfect, high-speed arc from the tire tread of a vehicle ahead is always jarring. I could tell by the intensity of the impact noise that it was going to leave a mark and probably a crack. Unfortunately, as an automotive photographer this is a familiar occurrence. To get to the epic locations that you see in my photos, I drive a lot, mostly in rural and mountainous areas that ha...
Tags: Mongolia, Long Term Reviews, Airstream, Mazda, Alabama Hills, Lone Pine California, Eastern Sierras


Badwater 135 Ultramarathon Race Report 2017

I knew I was in for an adventure when I threw up before the race even started. Badwater is no joke. Imagine running 135 miles...across Death Valley...over three huge mountain ranges...in July. It's enough to make you want to barf. (Which in my case, isn't just a figure of speech.)I ran the STYR Labs Badwater 135 last year and it was a truly life-changing experience. Right now I'm working on a book about that adventure and the craziness of the race. You can read my race report from last year HER...
Tags: Sport, Earth, United States, Ed, Air Force, Darwin, Death Valley, Andrea, Juan, ALFA, Martha, Western Hemisphere, Juan Sanchez, Mount Whitney, Badwater, Pahrump