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Echo Bay Lower Campground, Overton Arm, Lake Mead Recreation Area, Lake Mead NV

Hoover Dam from Bypass Bridge, April 2, 2011
Hoover Dam from Bypass Bridge, April 2, 2011

Echo Bay Lower Campground is a Lake Mead National Recreation Area campground on the shore of Lake Mead southeast of Valley of Fire State Park toward the northern end of Lake Mead.

The National Park Service has this to say

Open All Year

Lake Mead National Recreation Area's campgrounds offer restrooms, running water, dump stations, grills, picnic tables and shade. RV's, trailers and tents welcome. Concessioner campgrounds, including recreational vehicle hook-ups, are also available within the park.

Echo Bay Lower Campground, Overton Arm, Lake Mead Recreation Area, Lake Mead NV

Nights I've camped here

Few genes are required

One's brain is powerfully activated by learning that there are only 30,000 genes in the human genome. That is only twice as many as in the fruit fly, not renowned for its calculating ability, and about as many as a garden weed. Geneticists are sorely vexed that so few genes are required to make something as complex and clever as a geneticist.

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