Neanderthal Boondocker and a Human Bean visit Meteor City along Arizona Interstate 40, Exit 239.
Had it not been so early in the day, we would have set up our Cavestream in the large parking lot. 'Meteordocking'? over night? Appears to have had a number of overnight 'Meteordockers' at the site in the distant... Past.
The Meteor Crater is Exit 233. This is NOT the exit to visit the Museum and Meteor Crater. That was Fifty Thousand Years ago when a meteor created the Crater. Not these structures which are FREE to visit outside, but boarded up entrance.
Meteor City was created along Old Route Highway 66 that is now Interstate 40.
After driving past this structure for many years, we dropped into the Meteor City site. Easy off and onto I-40, as well.
A Ms. Neanderthal Boondocker and our new Little Meteorite and older Meteor posing for a photo shot.
Would I 'Meteordock' there next time if the Sun was setting in the West? "You Betcha!" There are places to Boondock in privacy and then again, those places that you try once in a lifetime. Maybe twice.
See you there, next time.
Oh.... No View? Wait until after Sunset, look up into the dark sky and the stars will light up your heart. No, kidding. We all need a fresh stellar charge. Here it is available without any outdoor lighting. ...or anything else, for that matter.