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Journey to Jarbidge

Jarbidge, Nevada "Journeys, like artists are born and not made," said playwright Lawrence Durrell. "A thousand differing circumstances contribute to them, few of them willed or determined by the will." And so goes the journey of The Savvy Traveler's Dan Collison, who recently... suprisingly, found himself quite taken with the very small town of Jarbidge, Nevada. Once a community of gold miners, Jarbidge is tucked back inside a national forest in the mountains of northeastern part of the state. It's not exactly known as being a hotspot for tourists... matter of fact, some of the locals might think it just fine if you never stopped by at all. But Dan Collison did, and tells his tale of this unlikely vacation.

Listen with RealAudio: Journey to Jarbidge

Journey with us to Jarbidge - click on an image to see a larger version. Meander by the Jarbidge Jail and meet Judge Johnny, check into the Outdoor Inn, quench your thirst at the Red Dog Saloon and be sure to take in the sights of the surrounding countryside. For more information about Jarbidge, take a look at the Jarbidge page on Nevadaweb.



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