Yes, you read that correctly.  Outhouse. Races.  Every year the town of Virginia City, NV, about 30 miles south of Reno, closes main street for some old-fashion fun, including outhouse races, plunger relays, and general tom-foolery.


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Click the video above and put it on your calendar for next year…you just missed this year’s festivities.

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