Death Valley in Southern California was once part of a massive freshwater lake that dried up 10,000 years ago. Today, all that remains is Salt Creek, a small stream that converted from fresh to saltwater. In this USA-made wool blanket pattern, sinuous lines wind through marshes and wetlands, reaching the creek at the center.
Salt Creek Blanket: Robe #ZE475-53938
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