Monthly Archives: September 2011
Alaska is not only the largest state in the Union, it is also the least accessible by road. For this reason, the float plane is the number one way to commute from one area to another. Today’s images salute the … Continue reading
The Continental Divide is the name given to the mountains that separate the watersheds of the Pacific Ocean from those of the Atlantic Ocean. The Divide begins in Alaska and continues all the way to the end of South America. … Continue reading
Today’s FPO, the Chickaloon River Basin is located along Hwy 1, in south eastern Alaska. Like all the photo ops of Alaska, it’s a pretty overwhelming place.
“When riding a hard tail, be sure to hold on tight and remember, things can go south real quick.”
For anyone traveling State Route 504 to Mount Saint Helens, in the State of Washington, crossing the Hoffstadt Creek Bridge is a memory not soon forgotten. Opened in 1991, it was built as part of the new Highway 504, replacing … Continue reading
When traveling the highways, byways and back roads, always remember to look out for locals and, share the road.
The roads of Zion National Park are pretty cool. Tight and twisty with lots of color, they’re a biker’s dream and a photographer’s delight. When it comes to Zion, it’s Rock and Road baby, Rock and Road. Check out more … Continue reading
Today’s installment of Back Roads is Route 375 through southern Nevada. The road passes through the little town of Alamo and skirts the mysterious Area 51. Traveling across the road is a long and lonely experience, and occasionally one see … Continue reading
Sometimes the best roads are the roads least traveled. That road off the side of the road, frontage roads, and roads that are a little different than the norm, those are the roads least traveled. The roads that create memories … Continue reading