Shoshone, California: Crossroads of the Planet

A colorful signpost in a town with a population of 31 points to destinations as far away as Russia and South Korea.

Address:
Hwy 127, Shoshone, CA
Directions:
In a small park on the north end of town on Hwy 127.
Admission:
Free
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Crossroads of the Planet.

Crossroads of the Planet

Shoshone is a sleepy little village with a population of 31 nestled in the heart of the desert country just a few miles from Death Valley National Park. There are three ways to get into Death Valley from Las Vegas and points south, and two of them run through Shoshone. So no matter if you're from Paris, Butte, Jerusalem, New York, Seoul, Sydney, or St. Petersburg, Russia, stop by and enjoy the colorful sign post and see how far you are from home.

[Phrank Phester, 01/07/2014]

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