10.03.2010

Abandoned Car


While on a rock climbing trip in the middle-of-nowhere, Utah we came across this aged abandoned car.  It reminded me of the abandoned hippie bus at my husband's cabin.  It was near an abandoned mine shaft. This is located in Joe's Valley, Utah which has amazing bouldering.  
What did you discover this weekend?

33 comments:

Anna Walker said...

I discovered I am stronger than I think, and while I have my doubts about many things (check out my second to last blog post) that I can persevere and survive! :)

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Anna Walker said...

I discovered I am stronger than I think, and while I have my doubts about many things (check out my second to last blog post) that I can persevere and survive! :)

http://annawalker1992.blogspot.com/

Sarah B said...

These are great shots! I'm not sure what I discovered - I'm sure there was something but I haven't recognised it yet :)

TalksAboutNothing* said...

Lovely pictures.
I discovered my 5 years old diary that I thought I lost :)
What a weekend :)

Paislea Elyse said...

these pictures are so gorgeous!! i absolutely love them!!

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red ticking said...

that conflicts can be resolved in a good and thoughtful way... love your photos... and you know i love your blog... xx pam

lara said...

As has come there?

Josie said...

SUCH gorgeous photos, dear!
xo Josie
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Signe said...

wow, that is something else! reminds me a bit of the bus in the middle of nowhere in 'into the wild' :)

Krystal said...

aw, that def made for some good pictures :)

Alyssa said...

those photos are incredible rachael! you make utah look amazing.

hmm i discovered if i set my mind to it i can read a big book a day with time to spare! might not sound like the greatest achievement of all time, but it made me pretty happy :)

Clare B said...

I often wonder how these cars get into their "abandoned" spots. My parents farm has one in the back paddock surround by trees and it seems almost impossible for it to ever have been driven there!

Diana Mieczan said...

Those are such a great photos,sweetie
Glad you had a fun weekend:)
Kisses

ching said...

woah.. i wonder what's the story behind that car. i hope it's nothing tragic.

:: Lavender's Green :: said...

I love finding random things like that! I wonder how it got there and what it's story is.

x Jasmine

Croatian_Latina said...

what great discovery! I love your photos.

hmmm what did I discover? That it's up to me to be happy, not anyone else and that I want to have a resilient willpower to face life with a positive attitude.

and like the bus I wonder how the car got there?

Scientific Housewife said...

Great photos!

Lily Riani said...

i was about to ask the same, is it where the bus was located. love the bus pic.

Debby said...

It made me think of the hippie bus too! xo

elizabeth said...

i love the abandoned hippie bus section. too cute!

Samantha said...

Super cool;) I thought the same thing when i saw your pictures. A hippie bus ;)

Marie a la Mode said...

How interesting. Makes you wonder what the story is: who left it there, when and why. Looks like a car from the 60's!

Nuit said...

so cool!!! I still just LOVE that hippie bus though ;)

xo

Shelley Ann said...

i definitely didnt discover anything that interesting! those are great pictures. it would be so cool to come across something like that!

melifaif said...

That is so interesting. You can just imagine the life they lived....I swore I saw someone sitting in the back of that car....really. Too cool.

melifaif said...

Oh yes...I discovered I REALLY did break my pinky toe a week ago...it hurts.

jozen said...

it still makes for pretty photos no?

Molly said...

We discovered that it really is possible to get things done around the house, get out and have a little fun & get some rest ALL IN ONE WEEKEND!!

Score!

Manon said...

Gorgeous photos!

Wild and Precious said...

way fun - great pics too!!

can i come explore with you??

xo

Kelle Dame said...

Love these shots! I always wonder how those cars end up in the middle of no where! I discovered a delicious new recipe at a friends house! Think grilled chicken breasts stuffed with feta and sundried tomatos!! Drool

Katyha said...

I love the abandoned car. I did an assignment last semester an this one would have been perfect! lovely photos, simply lovely.

kerrie elaine said...

your eye for beauty in the breakdown is astounding and i adore that about you. xoxoxo

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