Out in the middle of the California desert, between La and Vegas lies Route 66. It exists as if it is lost in time, frozen in a weird wild west acid trip.
Elmers Bottle Tree Ranch:
A literal forest of sculptures made out of recycled glass bottles, Elmers bottle tree ranch has been one of the most unique places I’ve discovered so far on my voyage.
The ultimate rest stop! Eddie World has everything you never knew a rest stop needed– fresh jerky, homemade ice cream, make-your-own pizza, poke, and interactive urinal games for the boys.
Formerly Soda Springs, is an unincorporated community in San Bernardino County, California, United States, within the boundaries of the Mojave National Preserve. It is the former site of the Zzyzx Mineral Springs and Health Spa and now the site of the Desert Studies Center. The site is also the location of Lake Tuendae, originally part of the spa, and now a refuge habitat of the endangered Mohave tui chub.