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By the Road in Wilson Canyon, Nevada
Nevada

By the road in Wilson Canyon, outside Yerington, NV.  I've always liked the painted sign for the Eagle Club-- some long defunct business in Yerington-- maybe a casino or something.

Copyright: Joe Griffin
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Tags: wilson; canyon; nevada; yerington; walker; river; cliff; highway; road; desert
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