“We like it here and we ain’t goin’ back.” Residents of Slab City in Southern California enjoy their life of freedom where the air is clean and rent is free.
Sandwiched between the Salton Sea and the Chocolate Mountains, Slab City is home to many campers. Here they don’t care what you look like or where you came from. Everyone is welcome! Campers come on dirt bikes, in RVs and even greyhound buses to park on this hidden desert city.
At the entrance to Slab City, you will find Salvation Mountain where the sides are painted with religious pictures and verses to inspire the freedom that is advocated here. Leonard Knight has been painting and repainting this mountain since 1985. If you like his work and want to donate to the cause, a bucket of paint is his favorite contribution…acrylic is preferred.
As you travel back into Slab City, you…
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