We got to Las Cruces just before dark. By the time we were ready
to go, it was dinner time.
Bikes loaded and ready to go.
Tony decided to ride home through Utah.
One large Agave.
There was just one slight problem. The front left tire was
loosing air, it had to be looked at before we got on the road.
The bed is a little too short to put a bike there, but it's very cool
The Adams Tire showroom has all kinds of cool stuff.
Suzy is teh service manager at Adams Tire, she remembered me when I
walked in, and it has been 13 years since I moved out of Las Cruces...
La Migra on I-10
It must be spring.
Interesting rock formations on the road to Tucson.
This is why we drove - as we were driving out of Tucson the skies
openned up and we got pounded by a hail storm.
Pinal airplane storage.
Interesting errosion patterns.
We almost forgot to take a picture of some Saguaros.
Like the deserts miss the rains...
Sunset over the San Bernardino mountains.
I-10 at dusk.
The only room in Buttonwillow (what can I say, we are slow learners)
California's central valley.
Mt. Shasta - we are getting closer.
Brian entertaining us on the long drive.
More Mt. Shasta.
This is why we drove - it rained hard in Oregon (it's not the PNWet for
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