Tuesday, October 6, 2020
TO TAYLORSVILLE, CA
Every year, Susan meets a bunch of her family and friends at an old historic house that's been handed down over the generations to her mother's close friend Kay. The house usually fills up with guests and several families park their campers on the property for a weekend of catching up over a lot of great food and wine.
This year, amidst the smoke from the many wildfires that were burning up a large portion of northern California, I accompanied Susan on her annual trip and we had a great time.
Saturday, October 3, 2020
IN THE BLACK ROCK DESERT
One more morning ride on the playa before packing up camp
After exploring the springs, it was time to head home. As we crossed the playa on our way back to the main road, a huge plume of playa dust spewed into the air behind the truck. This fine dust gets everywhere, but I've never minded it. To me, it's like having a fine layer of talc on and it feels crisp and dry.
Once back home, we washed the playa off and Susan made us an incredible dinner, which was a perfect ending to an incredible weekend.