Sunday, March 26, 2006

Nevada



13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tumbleweed and gamling in *one* video. What more can one ask for!

ryanne said...

hey, that's nevada for ya

Anonymous said...

You guys are almost in CA!
Trip's almost over.. It's been cool riding with you.
Oh yeah, and the tumbleweed rocked also..

Unknown said...

love watching these road trip/moving videos.

Anonymous said...

It's been fun watching you guys cruise across the country. You're passing through many spots that my wife and I hit on a road trip back in '02.

It was interesting to see you at Rushmore in winter. We were there in August '02, and it was hotter than hell. We thought the cost to get in was a little excessive as well. As much as we looked forward to seeing it, we were underwhelmed (it's not as big as it seems in that Hitchcock movie). It is pretty cool though.

Enjoy the rest of the trip - I guess it's just about over!

David Kolenda said...

Those tumbleweeds KICKED ASS!!!!

I need to go on another cross-country road trip....

Uncle Sparks' Video Revue

Eddie.com said...

the Cal-Neva was once owned by Frank Sinatra. apparently he and his mobster buddies would hang out there. maybe it was the Lake Tahoe one.

missbhavens said...

It was like your car was being attacked by tribbles...

Anonymous said...

Whoa, you're almost in SF! I love the look of the desert. Makes me homesick.

Levois said...

The tumbleweeds were a nice touch. I thought those things no longer exist.

Anonymous said...

between salt lake and reno, there ain't much, and after a long night at fitzgerald's that drive in mid-summer is like seventh hell. They need to make shade there with tin roofing, and the rest stops are holes in the ground you shit and puke in.

Carl Weaver said...

Wow - Nelson did a great job selling me on that part of the country.

Ryan, I really felt bad for those poor tumbleweeds trying to cross the road. Oh, the carnage!

Looks like some beautiful scenery out there. I can't wait until I can do that trip myself someday.

JuanFalla said...

Those "things" flying over the road was really cool! I had never seen it in real life, only in movies... pretty cool!