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I love to explore, old roads, off-roads, scenic places, old and abandoned buildings, and back roads. Sometimes I drive until I get lost and then find my way back. (so far I’ve made it home!) My daughter joins me for many of these adventures, and we always take our cameras, since we don’t know what we’re going to find.
These photos are of an adventure we took that started out on a paved road, which became a dirt road, and in places, barely more than a cleared pathway. We discovered abandoned vehicles, old shanty’s and some beautiful scenery.
This appears to be an old car or truck, long abandoned. It was barely visible from the road. Behind it are some cliffs with some old wood piled up against the rock. This used to be a home of sorts for someone. There are rooms and stables built under the overhang of the rock. They devised running water, and had a well. They kept livestock, and had this vehicle and a wagon. Not a child’s wagon, but a wooden wagon with big metal wheels. I wish I knew who lived there and why.
This shows a little better some of the thrown together dwellings against the cliff.
Off to the far right you can see a piece of blue metal something in the old creek bed. Of course I had to see what it was….
It is an old car, it looks to have crashed into the rock structure which was once a bridge. I’ve been back, and its even more covered up, but this time I climbed down into the creek bed and tried to dig a bit of it out to try to figure out what kind of car it was.
We came out onto this very picturesque road – I still am not sure exactly where this is – somewhere near the AR/MO border.
Beautiful scenic overlook.
Pea Ridge National Military Park