Random is as random goes for this Friday Five go-around. So we’ll keep this RV road trip randomness short and sweet!
Photos never do nature justice. Not mine anyway! Not when you’re trying to snap a shot of a curious coyote while out for a morning marathon training run from our winter spot at FOY. This one was one of three that popped up over the hill, just about 20′ away. I called out to them after hearing the pack yip and yell all around me. Dogs be like “that’s no Coyote like I ever heard…”And they were quickly on their way.
Psych! No, that’s not New York Harbor. My iPhone lens isn’t that good. We’ve seen many miniature Statue of Liberty replica statues throughout our cross country travels over the past 15+ years. This RV road trip randomness is in Rawlins, Wyoming.
Maybe this Friday Five RV road trip photo collection isn’t so random after all. This coyote was living the city life, hanging out near the track at Rio Hondo College in Whittier, California.
Speaking of the Big City…do you know where this is? Don’t worry, I’ll tell you. The next time your RV road trip takes you to Lost Vegas, I highly recommend a visit to The Neon Museum.
No, that’s not East Jesus. We found this funky art car during one of our trips to Marfa, Texas. And thus brings us to the end of another Friday Five collection of RV Road Trip Randomness. Check out the Live Work Dream Galleries for more RV Road Trip photos from our cross country adventures over the years.
BONUS! Diggin up old photos always sends me down the rabbit hole of fixing old posts – adding tags, and featured images and such. But such is the life of an RV road trip nomadic blogger. But I just couldn’t let this one slip by…no, it’s not exactly random. But then, is true randomness truly random?
Suggest a topic for the next Friday Five, and I won’t have to get so philosophical about randomness next time.
3 thoughts on “More RV Road Trip Randomness”
No excuse for the vitreal about Startlink and Musk. You lost my support and anyone who asks me about you. Dale Carnegie said, “Don’t criticize, condemn or complain. Most fools do.” Thank God we have a free market and that is simply the market Musk is playing in. Nasa could never do what Musk has done. U.S. automakers never did what Musk did and he even turned over some of his patents to the public domain to encourage competition. I don’t agree with everything he has done any more than agree with things Biden or Trump has done. But my guess, Jim, is that you don’t really care what I think. Like it or not, spewing that stuff won’t gain you any followers.
Huh??? I didn’t even mention Starlink in this post Ed. Rene wrote that
rantarticle, weeks ago.
And I believe the term you’re thinking of is vitriol.
Gee Ed, pretty harsh and exactly the kind of behavior you are condemning.
For the record, which you REALLY should check before sucking up to this sad sack: Between his 3 companies, Musk has received over $4.9 BILLION in government subsidies. It is the #1 way he has fueled his quasi-private empire. He is not a self-made man. And he is a fat hypocrite for vocally coming out against government assistance programs for anyone else.
One more thing: you’re right, we really don’t care what you or anyone else thinks.