This is the entry area to Slab City at the old WW2 Navy Base near Niland California. As you can see it is an old Army armored guard post.
Another attraction at Slab City is Salvation Mountain. This is the sign for it and off in th distance you can see some campers scatered around.
This is the Salvation Mountain. Someone has spent a lot of time putting this togather.
This is the Slab City community bulletin board.
This is the Slab City Christian Center.
This is The Range. It says it opens every night at dusk and has live music. This was the only place I saw that passes for entertainment.
9 December 2006 Update:
I have received messages from people who are interested in Slab City. Below are a couple of pictures submitted to me that may give you more of an idea what Slab City is like:
Rabbit (the contributer) in the Slab City Swimming Pool
Slab City Trash Services contributed by Rabbit
And I have been to Slab City
before in in the late 1950's early 1960's.
Traveling Webmasters Comments about his previous visit in in the late 1950's early 1960's.
I have never actually been to Slab City but as a child growing up in Riverside, California it was just a short jaunt over to the Salton Sea.
My dad had a small power boat that we took to ski behind. We went numerous times. The thing that I remember the best was floating in the water. There is so much salt in the water that you float with little or no effort.
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