In Menlo Park there is a dried-up salt marsh called Ravenswood Pond. The stagnant pools and dessiccated streams contain mountains of salt crystals and the water is red due to the iron content. It's a walk in the park compared to the Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolvia, but if you've got two hours to kill while waiting for your brother to get out of a job interview in Menlo Park, and you don't want to waste your time at Facebook headquarters, head to Ravenswood Pond.
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