… an old outbuilding on the Winecup ranch along the Wilkins-Montello Road in northeastern Nevada.
… for an old pump that once nudged water out of a dry lake bed into a cattle stock tank in western Nevada.
… of more than 60 mph drove dust from this dry lake bed hundreds of feet upward.
… instead of rapture in an aspen grove at 7,500 feet in the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area.
… provided by an aging Waukesha generator to pump water from well to stock tank in the Nevada outback.
… a basalt block that fell from a cliff onto a playa in northern Nevada.
… tag art on the side of an abandoned bar in the outback of northern Nevada.
… road kill = steak.
… an old stone structure in rural Nevada.
… in Ione, Nevada, “the town that refused to die.” (Population, 41)
… in a cattle tank next to a dry lake bed along Route 722 east of Fallon, Nevada.
… 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.”
… apparently the American military likes keeping secrets.