Life in the car has its pros and cons. The biggest pro: you can sleep anytime anywhere (under the one condition that your windows are well tinted, otherwise you can have issues with the police). The biggest con: you can’t sleep anywhere anytime. A common denominator here is a bathroom. It’s a pretty serious challenge for an auto-tourist to find a comfortable spot to spend the night that includes a possibility to satisfy one’s physical needs.
We dedicated the 24th week to the Rhode Island and Connecticut states.
Driving on the famous I-80 highway through the windy Wyoming and cold Utah…
…through Idaho and its capital Boise…
…through passes and Oregon fogs…
…putting 37 visited states on the rear windshield and adding 42,300 kilometers to the odometer, Foshik once again arrived at the base in Walla Walla, WA, with it finishing the third part of our US expedition.
We liked Denver also due to our imagination that drew leaves and flowers on the picture of the city which is now prepared for the winter.
Also, to add to Denver’s credit the splendid view of the Rocky Mountain.
The severe Wyoming greeted us with the frost, strong winds and icy roads.
Nothing special, just the zebras and camel in the middle of Kansas.
Alla is lighting up the boxes from dynamite that were left by the miners in the salt mine 650 feet underground near Hutchinson, Kansas sixty years ago.
The stud of an unknown specie is expressing a reciprocal liking for Alla.
Missouri’s super project: a 240-mile hiking-biking trail in place of the former railroad.
Fosha, confidently moving west, already arrived in Kansas City, obviously Missouri.
The largest city in the state of Kansas, Wichita, is unique in a way that it has the downtown neighborhoods but is lacking the downtown itself.
The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.
We liked this city.
St. Louisans support France.