A dusty town full of dusty ghosts

8 thoughts on “A dusty town full of dusty ghosts”

    1. Some of them are open, some of them, like this one, were closed. I was able to reach the camera through some steel wire to grab the photo. Hope you can go soon, just don’t forget that dirt road. 🙂

  1. I’ve been to a few of the smaller California ghost towns, but I’m always a bit put off by the crowded “tourism experience” aspect. How bad is it up there? Is there an off-season that’s a bit less crowded?

    1. If you aren’t into tourists and want something more intimate, I would skip it. We actually went during the off-season (I think) and it wasn’t nearly full, but there were plenty of others roaming around. Nothing is guided, so at least you don’t have hokey people in costumes walking around. Hope this helps!

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