When I returned from the US two weeks ago, it seemed that I took a little nasty passenger called a chest infection and I’ve only just recovered.
I promised to post some pictures, so here is the first lot. I have no idea how many there will be.
First off: I was away from 6 January to 4 February. The first 13 days of the trip were a tour with a community wind orchestra. We did some touristy stuff (Disney!) but a lot of those days were dedicated to music and musical things (none of which produce great photographic material).
When the rest of the group was dropped at LAX, my second daughter met me there. I had hired a car and we did an epic 2500km through California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona. I managed to drive all this without once venturing on the wrong side of the road, although I’ve distributed dust (or snow) over the windscreen plenty of times, because the position of the windscreenwipers and indicators are swapped.
Anyway, after staying for one night in Santa Monica, we made for Death Valley.
We enjoyed Death Valley much more than expected. I’d expected it to be dead-boring, but the colours are amazing.
So we stayed overnight in Beatty, and then went back the next day, because we only had to drive to Las Vegas.
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