Salton Sea Soiree
Yesterday, Tom, Derek and I took the day off to go explore and we chose to visit the very weird Salton Sea and surrounding areas.
In the mid 1970s, things went south, and by the 1990s the whole area was largely abandoned. A series of fishkills had lined the beaches with tens of thousands of dead fish, even as the government restocked with hardier species like tilapia. Eventually the entire area became predominantly known for being a haven for societal outcasts, methamphetamine makers & users, and the very poor.
This is a really trippy place to visit and you feel like you’re in a Quentin Tarantino flick just before everything goes bad.
We saw hundreds of abandoned trailers many of them burned to the ground. The strangest part is that they are actually starting to build new homes amongst some of these trailers.Who would live here? You have to see what I’m talking about. I didn’t take a picture of this phenomenon, but I did find some other strange things to photograph!…
Footprints to oblivion
Sale ends today
You can check in anytime you like..but you can never leave.
Dry Dock takes on a whole new meaning
But I hear the fishing is great!
Escape from hell
Salvation Ahead: Repentance Behind
The road to salvation is this way