Thursday, August 21, 2008
TIKABOO VALLEY, NEV. -- The only landmark for about 40 miles on a barren stretch of highway is a mailbox battered by time and desert gusts. It's known as the Black Mailbox, though it's actually a faded white.
Over the years, hundreds of people have converged here in south-central Nevada to photograph the box -- the size of a small television, held up by a chipped metal pole. They camp next to it. They try to break into it. They debate its significance, or simply huddle by it for hours, staring into the night.
Read the entire story at: http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/front/la-na-mailbox21-2008aug21,0,573879.story or by clicking on the link under "TOPICAL LINKS"
Posted by Steve Douglass at 6:11 PM