While we only covered a mere 1,900 miles on this trip, the landscapes in Nevada and Utah were absolutely stunning. From flat farmland to disappearing lake mirages, the road provided as many sites as our final destinations. When all was said and done, this trip was by far the best.
Rolling Nevada Flatlands
Sometimes the factories blended in with the landscape
That’s not a lake in the background, but the Bonneville Salt Flats. The second highest land speed record was set here in 1947 by John Cobb – 394.19 mph
The mountains seemed to disappear into the horizon
The salt flats hold more than speed records. Their precious bounty finds its way to many American meals.
Old School Benzo
The road into Desolation Canyon, Utah
Buffalo burger a-lamarrr
Road to Moab