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Rachael, Nevada (The Middle of Nowhere)

by Monty

Out in the middle of nowhere on state route 375 is the little tiny town of Rachael, Nevada. I encourage RVers to check it out.

There is a Flying Saucer dangling from a cable for you to take pictures of and the people are so nice at the Little Alien Inn. Grab a sandwich and have a few beers and listen to the stories of what has been happening around their town.

Area 51 is just over the mountain range where captured Flying Saucers are used to fly around the desert, mostly at night. You can see the famous Black Mail Box just down the road.

If you want to boondock, there sure is lots of room out there. They even have about 4 spaces with hook ups right in back of the 'lil Ali Inn'.

Don't forget to bring your camera inside the building because your wife and kids can get their picture taken with representations of the Grey Aliens, the ones who are always abducting us.

THERE IS NO GAS TO BE BOUGHT AT RACHAEL so be sure and fill up before you leave the last gas station in any town down the road. Traffic is rare, so even the wife can drive the big rig and get her practice in on the way there.

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Aug 05, 2014
Sounds like my kind of place...
by: Marcie

Thanks for your post about Rachael, Nevada. Though I'm not at all a UFO buff, I seem to end up visiting UFO hotspots every once in a while. I spent a summer in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and my time there coincided with the 50th anniversary of Roswell so I drove down there for the festivities. It was very crowded but also a blast. Just seems everyone was in a great mood.

I was trying to find the Great Sand Dunes in Colorado without getting on the Interstate and ended up finding the UFO Tower in Crestone. Another place where people couldn't be nicer.

Guess I will have to put Rachael on my To Do List. Thanks again, Marcie

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