OK — we’re finally here! The final post for this trip. Before I proceed with this batch of photos, here’s the math that a lot of you like to know. I took more than 2,000 photos during these 13 days. The majority of them will eventually be added to my website (RoadsideArchitecture.com).
I logged about 6,026 miles on this trip. Sparkle now has about 378,000 miles on her and didn’t so much as sneeze on this trip despite the daily pounding. I covered most of Utah, Nevada, half of Idaho and a couple of days worth of Northern California. I’m still exhausted! I spent $1,508 on gas and got two oil changes. I don’t keep track of food or hotel costs. Let’s just say I’ll be paying for this trip for many months.
On with a sampling of the photos from the final day of the trip. This hay bale tractor was in Dixon:
Lost in the trees below is what I think is an abstracted spur:
From Vallejo. Next to impossible to shoot this one well since the property is surrounded by chain link:
Also in Vallejo:
A couple of signs from Rio Vista:
And, finally, last photo for the day from Pleasanton:
I hope you enjoyed tagging along on this trip. If you’d like to throw a few bucks my way to help pay for it, you can donate to my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) at: Paypal.com/
This will be the big blow-out trip for the year. I’m thinking of doing an Oregon & Washington trip around this time next year. In the meantime, I’ll be blogging & Flickring some weekend trips here and there. There’s a 4th of July, three-day weekend coming up. So, the dogs and I will probably be doing a Sacramento or San Francisco area trip then. In the meantime, I’ve got loads of photos from this trip waiting for you over at my Flickr account:
Debra Jane & the dogs (Fix, Sputnik, Gremlin & Griswold)