On the road again. This is written from perhaps the dumpiest motel I've ever stayed in, but it was time to upload some pix.
Last night I (or rather Ginger) made the acquaintance of Barrie and Janice, campers who reported to me that there was a very odd fabric kennel propelling itself down the road. Hysteria ensued.
Turns out that they lived in Alberta, and she had been raised in Weyburn where we were encamped.
They were also kindly and knowledgeable people who not only gave me a detailed history of Weyburn and it's hospital for the insane, but also provided some hinds on the "scenic route."
Pix may be seen here .
This morning the weather turned bad, but it made for very interesting play of light and shadow and color. Good thing, because the drive itself is straight, 70 mph over 2-lane road, and nerve wracking ... particularly with a 30 mph side wind / head wind urging you to kiss the semi coming at you ....
I've uploaded a handful of pix covering ND and Alberta. These are rough-edits only, as my laptop is not calibrated and appears to be very contrasty. So I can NEVER produce even semi-finished work on this machine. But enjoy the pix. Here's just one to get you going:
I've driven 1900 miles in 3 days and am beat. Tomorrow I'm off to Jasper, where I'll spend 2 days photographing wildlife and glaciers and bears, oh my.
Keep on checking; I'll update as often as possible.