Fearless Ferris “The Stinker” Service Stations, Idaho
WARNING - Idaho is Full of Beautiful, Lonely Women The Sagebrush covered valleys of the intermountain West harbor much animal life and holds panoramic beauty unrivaled. To the uninitiated or the hurried traveler the miles stretch monotonously until the road signs of, “Fearless Farris The Stinker”, strikes the curiosity. The ex-sheepherding stinker kids the natives and Tourists Flora and Fauna with numerous signs that eventually lead to the Big Skunk signs that identify his, “horribly dignified”, modern service stations.
BARSTOW, one of California’s earliest railroad towns, is today the largest railroad center in the broad Mojave Desert region. Besides being a transportation terminal, Barstow is the trade center for nearby Army and Marine Corp bases as well as growing industrial and agricultural activities on the desert.