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17/22
Fenner, California is mostly just this big gas station serving freeway traffic from Interstate 40 On the other side of Route 66 from the Essex post office sits this old house, which appears emptyThumbnailsAfter buying water at the Fenner gas station, I ride 10 miles further up Route 66 and arrive at Goffs, CaliforniaOn the other side of Route 66 from the Essex post office sits this old house, which appears emptyThumbnailsAfter buying water at the Fenner gas station, I ride 10 miles further up Route 66 and arrive at Goffs, CaliforniaOn the other side of Route 66 from the Essex post office sits this old house, which appears emptyThumbnailsAfter buying water at the Fenner gas station, I ride 10 miles further up Route 66 and arrive at Goffs, CaliforniaOn the other side of Route 66 from the Essex post office sits this old house, which appears emptyThumbnailsAfter buying water at the Fenner gas station, I ride 10 miles further up Route 66 and arrive at Goffs, California

I've read that there was once a small town here at Fenner, but it apparently faded away over the years as many desert towns do. I stop here to pick up a few overpriced supplies and carry on.