Continuing coverage of Mike and Sheryl’s November Desert trip.
24 November 2003
After spending a restful night in Stovepipe Wells, we took off for another day of exploring the northern Death Valley area.
Our first stop was at the ghost town of Rhyolite, located in extreme western Nevada. Founded in the early 1900s, the town, like many other mining focused boom towns in the area, grew rapidly … and faded away just as rapidly.
Occasionally, one does see actual ghosts in a ghost town.
View looking out towards the desert.
Three images of the Rhyolite bank.
The semi-famous bottle house and a view of tux with a miner.
End of the line.