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US 93, NV (#0530)

US 93, NV (#0530)
Monsoonal flow rain storm in the high desert. This was on US 93 and, if my memory is correct, about 40 miles south of the intersection US 93 and US 50. Though US 50 is labelled "the loneliest road", this stretch of US 93 has much less traffic. Mt Wheeler and Great Basin National Park would be off the right side of this picture.

Zach, Doug Wall, Mike Frederick, Rambonp have particularly liked this photo


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Rambonp
Rambonp
GREAT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 years ago.
Mike Frederick
Mike Frederick
I would like this place, just not with my current vehicle.. something a bit more reliable would be needed but I can see wanting to spend some time there.
2 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs… has replied to Mike Frederick
It's fascinating history and geography, remote and empty. Eastern Oregon is much the same and I want to explore it more, but for me it's 700 miles to get to eastern Oregon but only 300 to get to a point where I can start relaxing and enjoying eastern Nevada.
2 years ago.
Mike Frederick has replied to Don Barrett (aka DBs…
It's a bit for me as well (the East.) I would like to drive back over to Ontario OR and then back across the Oregon desert this summer, hopefully I'll get to. 6 hours just to get back there on I-84 but I think it would be worth it. NV for me is about the same as Oregon for you, a bit far for the time being.
2 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs… has replied to Mike Frederick
I haven't explored central Oregon much, but it seems to get to be high desert fairly quickly heading east once you get past The Dalles or Bend.
2 years ago.
Meadowmom
Meadowmom
Whooo, exciting to drive into a storm like that. More than exciting to look up and see that while you are hiking in a desert wash...
2 years ago.
Clint
Clint
Those are some awesome clouds. I love the monsoons, even if it means you have to keep an eye on the low points.
2 years ago.