Mackinaw City, MI; the old lighthouse that sits near the existing bay bridge
L-R, Brandon, Tim, and Me; on Lake Michigan
Mackinac Bay Bridge, MI
I love MSP. They don't care about modern equipment, they still rock a single red light on the roof and the uber cool "Stop State Police" lighted sign on their hoods, straight outta 1950. Tradition is important in a police department.
Tim and Brandon along the (very small) Mississippi River as it flows through Minnesota.
Autumn leaves and my Strom along US 2 in the UP.
Breakfast at this North Dakota establishment.
Tim, rocking the awesome, in ND.
Riding make Brandon TIRED!!!!
He's single, ladies.
Me, Brandon, Tim; in an unnamed canyon in ND.
Caption. Not. Needed.
Gravity is a cruel mistress, learns Brandon.
Quietly awesome. North Dakota.
Old Indian Mission in Montana
In ND and MT every town, about 7-10 miles apart, had a grain elevator.
Stray dogs literally roam the street in Browning, MT. It's an Indian reservation town and, frankly, a total shithole.
Sunset in the Rockies, MT
Pretty place to get stuck. Near Glacier, MT
31 degrees and frost in MT.
Idaho, on US 12
Mt Hood, OR
Did I mention he's single, ladies?
Numerous massive waterfalls along Historic US 30 in Oregon.
Brandon in front of the 600 foot tall Multnomah Falls, OR
The Pacific Ocean in Oregon, and as far west as any of us have ever been. L-R: Brandon, me, Tim
This dude is from Switzerland (or Germany?), traveling the US. I went up to talk to him but when I peered into the back of the truck, he was bare ass naked, and then I just felt dirty and weird.
This thing is bad ass. That is all.
Pacific Ocean, OR
Lighthouse on the Pacific, OR
Pacific Ocean, OR
Brandon practicing his spelling, Pacific Ocean, OR
Crescent City, CA
Along the PCH, CA
Sunset on the PCH, CA
Raaaarrrrrrr!!!! Also, he's single, ladies.
It's on the border. And they named it "Bordertown". I totally get it.
Sand Mountain, NV
Carson City, NV
Tim on US 50 in Nevada, the "Loneliest Road in America"
My Strom, casually parked in the middle of US 50 in Nevada, the "Loneliest Road in America"
Vintage awesome, near Ely NV.
I don't think anyone really knows what the deal is with this. Near the NV / UT line on US 50, I think.
In Utah, where awesome meets awesome and becomes awesome squared.