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day 17 ~ riverside, ca to oakland, ca ~ urban landscape, un

www.theendlessroadtrip.com ~ day 17 of my yearlong daily video journal. woke up in riverside, ca on amtrak’s southwest chief, fell (more…)

valley of the gods, moki dugway, devil’s canyon campground ~ utah ~ october 1, 2011

www.theendlessroadtrip.com ~ day one of a proposed 1-year long video journal project. here, we visit some of utah’s stark and (more…)

spanish revival train depot ~ las vegas, nm ~ july 17, 2011

las vegas, nm used to be one of the most important train hubs in the american west. built by money from railroads and mines, this once magnificent town has since fallen on hard times. the old harvey house still stands, although abandoned and somewhat derelict, but the charming depot — a wonderful example of spanish revival architecture — is still active!

road tripping southern colorado ~ dolores, co ~ may 27, 2011

www.theendlessroadtrip.com ~ on a short road trip from santa fe, nm to telluride, co, we make a pit stop in (more…)

the muddy rio grande ~ albuequerque, nm ~ june 14, 2011

taken from one of albuquerque’s many bike paths, this one traversing the rio grande alongside I-40. the sandia mountains can be seen in the distance.

independence monument ~ colorado national monument ~ may 31, 2011

colorado national monument ~ grand junction, co ~ may 31, 2011

the majestic landscape of the american southwest.

echo ampitheater ~ northern new mexico ~ may 25, 2011

on the way up to pagosa springs, co, we stopped for a quick, late afternoon hike at echo ampitheater. as always, the light, the sky and the earth were spectacular…acular…cular..lar…

flying into albuquerque from san francisco ~ april 21, 2011

as the plane descended for its final approach, this sublime view of the desert southwest came into view. just lovely.

riding santa fe’s bike trail on a beautiful spring day ~ may 5, 2011

given the frustratingly un-snychronized traffic lights and the thunderdome driving skills on display in santa fe, the best transportation is often your bicycle. there’s a bike trail that cuts straight through several labyrinthine neighborhoods, complete with short-cuts and hidden passageways, and — at least on the downhill portions — its just about as fast as automobile travel. plus, there’s the added bonus of being out in the glorious sunshine, accidentally fitting your cardiovascular exercise into a completely enjoyable day, and putting in a good afternoon of work in the garden.

here’s what the trip from my house to the garden looks like.