It all started with a glove filled with plaster, a permanent wave to passerbys. Now the NV- 488, a short 5 mile road from Baker to the Great Basin National Park, is an incredible open air art gallery. I’m guessing most folks are in a hurry, so they probably do not see any of the art along the road, too bad because it is really clever and amazing.
Nevada Fence Art.
We scoured the universe.
Gateway to ?
Half the park, is after dark.
Please spare Snake Valley’s water.
Wheeler Peek, after Wheeler Peak in GBNP, the second highest peak in NV.
The ghost of Jack Rabbits past.
Wheel chair guy? I don’t know what this one was about?
Horse with no mane.
Pie tins. Second from right is Van Gogh’ish.
Great Basin National Park is known for four things: Caves, Bristlecone Pines, Wheeler Peak, and dark skies.
I can’t figure this one out? I used to be good figuring out the riddles on Lucky Lager bottle caps.
Good use of a George Foreman grill.
Too Tall Tony 2-29-36 to 4-4-97
Please help figure this one out! I’m pretty sure it has nothing to do with Amelia’s dad.
Greg, is that your glove? How did I miss this art when we were in the Great Basin! Next time.