Visit the Rice Shoe Fence

Added by Isaac Orloff

A quick, easy to find photo op for road tripper traveling through the southwest.

If you're traveling on CA-62, keep an eye out on the south side of the road for the enormous shrine of retired footwear from passers by. Be sure to leave some of your own well worn footwear and take some photos of the shoe clad desert landscape. Make sure to pull a safe distance from the side of the road, which is frequented by large trucks and fast moving vehicles. 

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over 3 years ago

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I remember when it use to be a "Shoe Tree" but too many shoes were thrown on the tree and killed it. Worth a drive by if you are in the area.

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