An exploration of Santa Barbara, Ca and the scenic drive!

Hey everyone! This heat has driven me to look for a place that has temps of 60’s to 70’s all year long, and we are going to find that out by going there! This is one place that’s not to far from Arizona to escape this boiling temp! It’s about an 8 hour drive. We will let you know where we will stay and give you prices. I am going to be sharing photos and you will see what we see! I will let you know when we are going soon! Have a great day!

Wyatt Earp’s home; History and Remnants of Goldfield, NV

Goldfield, NV is what I would call creepy and fascinating at the same time. As some of you know I recently took a long trip up 95 North to Oregon, then back down south to Belmont,Tonopah , and also Austin, NV. As well as stopping in at Goldfield, NV!

Goldfield, NV really stood out as almost totally abandoned when we were there. But back in its day , it was a very active and was a real big gold boom town. It was founded in Esmerelda county back in 1902. But it was in 1904 that defined Goldfield, NV as a Boom town. At its peak it had 20,000 people. With three railroads, dozens of saloons, 4 schools, five newspapers, two mining stock exchanges.

Goldfield hotel is one of the largest and most notable “ghost buildings” in the west.
When you go up the steps, you will see this on floor! Quite amazing!
The building is in process of being renovated, they need workers to help restore it.
Pretty huge building!

Virgil Earp was made Sherriff here and Wyatt called this town home. Unfortunately a flood hit and after that a huge fire happened. The fire consumed most of the town. It was never the same. Down below I took more photos of what is still remaining. Please enjoy!

The school educated students from 1907-1952, it cost $107,000 to build it which today is roughly around 2.7 million dollars today.!
They are trying to preserve it, along with the other historic buildings.
A 4wd sits on the side of the road, imagine driving one of these way back then!

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Next upcoming trip is to Santa Barbara, Ca , we escape this heat to relax on beach, sightsee and watch fireworks! Hope you can join us and have a great weekend! Please like and subscribe,share with people!

The Belmont mine fire and A plague tragedy that struck Tonopah , NV. is buried next to the Clown motel; Present and past

The cemetery sits next to the clown motel in Tonapah, NV. And Holds a lot of tragic deaths including children who died of the plague. So many young lives cut short May be the reason for paranormal activity. For those who believe.

I recently visited not just Tonopah, NV but Belmont ghost town. Which is not a ghost town because many people live there. Most of the original homes have fallen down except the courthouse, Belmont Courier, Stephanie house,

It is pretty far out, but worth the drive!

Belmont has some interesting history, that I think you will be interested in. The town was founded in 1865, and was rich in silver with a large population of up to 15,000. The Belmont mine is known as the Belmont-Tonopah mine, is located up in the Belmont mountains, a few miles north of Tonopah and 20 miles SW of Wickenberg.

The town of Belmont is seeking donations to do renovations and bring Belmont back to life! because It truly is a spectacular place full of great history !
The Stephanie house, Bed & breakfast
This was the bank in Belmont way back in 1868!
What’s left of the buildings.
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Going on adventure to Tonapah, staying at the most haunted hotel, The Mizpah And also going to the ghost town called Belmont ghost town in Nevada!!!!! All this month and more explorations on Desertexplorations.com!!!!