This image, taken from the Extraterrestrial Highway in Nevada, shows a dirt road that seems to lead to nowhere. It goes to a ranch, so a sign said. The famous Area 51 is on the other side of those mountains. You can't go there. There were sometimes "unidentified" vehicles parked on the hilltops.
This is the famous "black mailbox", which is now white. I remember it was seen in the television series, The X-Files. It's a gathering place for UFO seekers.
Descending the summit, SR 375 nears the border of the Nellis Air Force Range. As the highway heads northwest through Tikaboo Valley, it meets Mail Box Road. Marked by a single postal drop known as the "black mailbox", the dirt access road leads to the restricted lands surrounding Area 51. The mailbox, which is no longer black, is commonly used as a gathering place for UFO seekers, and two to three UFO sightings per week allegedly occur in the area. SR 375 continues heading northwest from the mailbox, climbing in elevation again to reach the top of Coyote Summit at 5,591 feet (1,704 m).
Just a long scenic view from the same highway. We had to plan the fuel for the truck carefully out here and still ran dangerously low once.