What do we have here? I hope that’s not a No Trespassing sign to ruin my fun. Though I’d probably check it out anyway…
Too often I hear people complain about driving across Middle America. Flat and boring? Au contraire! The Plains are only flat if you insist on seeing them at 70+ miles an hour. Get out and take a walk and you’ll find the earth and sky dance all the way to the horizons. Once you’re upright, look around and you’ll find endless treasure, like these ruins along highway 89, which runs through Montana’s Castle Valley to Lewis & Clark National Forest.
- Access on foot only? No problem! I love signs like these.
Collapsing Barn & Gathering Cloud
A Relic! Bonus points if you can tell me what kind of car this is/was…
More relics! There were at least four rusted out cars and two fallen barns at this site.
I kept my distance from the barn. It looked like a stiff wind could finish the demolition job anytime.
For more high plains ruins, check out my previous posts Losing Middle America and Cedarvale Ghost School.