It's 40 pages and has lots of pictures from Slab City's past (as a military base) and pictures of the way it looks now. Here's an excerpt.
From the moment you pass the first guard shack on your way into Slab City, it’s pretty clear that you’ve left conventionality behind. Ahead of you lies a place where rules are few and individuality reigns supreme. No plumbing, no electricity, and no running water and yet hundreds of people call Slab City home for part of each year.
Despite the primitive conditions, Slab City offers visitors and residents alike, many amenities without the ever-present oversight of local government. Enclosed within its borders, Slab City has a church, a library, a restaurant, art exhibits, a music venue, internet café, radio station, mechanical repair, pet graveyard, golf course, and barbershop.
It's listed on eBay and will soon be available on Amazon in both a paperback format as well as an ebook download. Here's my website address: www.slabcitybook.com.
Thanks to everyone that helped me on this project.