each spring in my trips west I park behind this single-wide by a derelict gas station to camp overnight in equally derelict Table Rock, Wyoming … and each year, more graffiti greets me when I arrive …
… down the road from my house.
the old general store in Eureka, Nevada …
… and this barn downhill from my house will be history.
… past a hovel along the Wilkins-Montello Road in northeastern Nevada.
… and I’ll move right in … in Cisco, Utah.
… made of metal in desert in northern Nevada.
… south of Battle Mountain, Nevada.
… tag art on the side of an abandoned bar in the outback of northern Nevada.
… an old stone structure in rural Nevada.
… in Ione, Nevada, “the town that refused to die.” (Population, 41)
… graces the side of an abandoned bar along Route 140 in very rural Nevada. The legend, apparently by the artist, reads “Jess Mudgett ’20.
… and presume you have dominion over Nature.
… Ione, Nevada (population 41), bills itself as “the town that refused to die.”
… an entrance to the largest ranch in Wyoming.
… this year at an abandoned farm building along Route 50 in Nevada. And then there’s …
… carved in rock near Ghost Rock in western Utah.
… in the Utah backcountry.
… on the side of a 160-year-old, once-upon-a-time Pony Express station.