Some photos from a recent 7,500-kilometre road trip from Calgary down through Nevada and California and back by a circuitous route through Washington and southern B.C.
A passing storm near Logan, Utah
A slightly used mattress for my Walmart campout
The endless desert drive on I-80 through northern Nevada
They said it, not me
Looking through a window reflection at a taqueria on San Francisco’s Mission Street
What do they soak to make the tea at this Oakland spa?
How can you tell I’m in Berkeley?
Believe it or not, I’m on a Los Angeles freeway—7:30 am on a Sunday, mind you
There are some charming parts of old, inner Los Angeles
Of course, Hollywood isn’t far away
Santa Monica beach
The world’s largest solar thermal power plant in the Mojave Desert, near the California-Nevada border
Communal restrooms at the LGBTQ Center in Las Vegas
I didn’t know you could get into so much trouble just resting
I’d forgotten I was in Oregon, where you can’t fill your own gas tank and the attendant actually cleans your windows
Stopping for a final coffee at Stone’s Throw in Blairmore, Alberta