Tom T. Kelly’s Bottle House

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The coolest house in the ghost town Rhyolite (NV,) is probably Tom T. Kelly’s house. He built a house out of 50,000 beer and liquor bottles, more than a hundred years ago. It’s still in great condition!

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I think it’s amazing! I wonder if all the bottles came from one of the 50 saloons the town had? You couldn’t go into the house, but I would of loved to see the light from inside. With some fixing up I wouldn’t mind living in this house. It’s been there for more than 100 years, I bet it would last another 100 year at least. Very cool! Maybe I just need to learn how to build one 🙂

I hope you’re having a fabulous October Wednesday!

Love,

Maria

 

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Published by Sagittarius Viking

It’s all about experiences, and the healing power of nature. Life is about choosing happiness. I entered the magic world of photography when I was five years old. My gypsy soul have taken me to many different countries, and definitely taught me to be more humble. I believe that you are what you eat, body and soul. I enjoy growing my own food, and spending time outdoors. Above everything else is my daughter. A Sagittarius loves to travel, have an open mind and, and a philosophical view. It motivates them to wander around the world in search of the meaning of life. Sagittarius is extrovert, optimistic and enthusiastic, and likes changes. A lot of that perfectly describes me. The fact that my ancestors, on both parents sides, were vikings, doesn’t exactly lessen my desire to explore. Maybe a slightly more mindful exploring, compared to the average viking. My blog, and my art prints is a results of my (inner and outer) explorations. Love, Maria

26 thoughts on “Tom T. Kelly’s Bottle House

  1. That’s so cool Maria! Such a bummer you can’t get inside. I did some fast research into how long it takes bottle glass takes to degrade. It seems this glass can take one million years to disintegrate!

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  2. I’ve heard of this house, I think I saw it featured on TV show some time ago and it’s really cool. I bet even better to see in person. I can’t believe it’s in such good shape for being over 100 years old, crazy! 😀

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  3. How cool is that? I wish the inside was open! I wonder if he knew the house would be standing 100 years later? It sort of reminds me of the Mystery Castle outside of Phoenix built from recycled materials found in the desert. It’s not quite 100 years old yet, but does have an interesting story. I love places like this. Thanks for taking me along. 🙂

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