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Thunder Mountain

(Charisse) On our way out to Cali on Tuesday, we saw something odd in the middle of nowhere, Nevada. A shrine, an artist’s expression, a bunch of random things held together by concrete…we had no idea what it was. We passed by it on I-80 before we had a chance to figure it out, wrote down the mile marker, and told ourselves we’d stop and figure it out the next time we went by. And today was that day.

Thunder Mountain Indian Monument

We found a frontage road right off the interstate and parked the truck, walking into this fenced area that held the most random collection of rusty and old stuff we’d ever seen. Some of it was held together with concrete, and some of it was thoughtfully leaned or placed or hung. A lot of glass bottles and old windshields were used in the walls. There’s a cool (but kinda sad) story about this place, and you can read about it here.

Apparently, everything on this property was found within a 50-mile radius between 1968 and present day. Some of it was cool, and some of it was downright creepy.

Worth the stop, for sure. So if you’re ever driving through the middle of nowhere in Nevada, it’s a must-see.

And just for fun, here’s a tumbleweed rolling down the road.

3 thoughts on “Thunder Mountain”

  1. Great photos of an extra-ordinary place. Not the kind of thing I see sequestered here in Bellingham. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks!! It was super interesting to check out. Hope you are well! If you have to be stuck anywhere, Bellingham is a great place to be! So glad you’re still following our blog! Can you please send me the link to yours? I had it and lost it. jones.charisse74@gmail.com

      Take care!
      Charisse

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