This is the story of a road trip. The first one after the long Covid pause. I'm going to Nebraska with my parents' ashes.
We planned an interment months ago. We didn't anticipate a heat wave. It was 113° in the Cajon Pass when I rolled through. The clouds cooled travelers a little. The rain was good, too.
My goal was to get by Las Vegas (I stopped for gas) and I made it to Overton in the Moapa Valley in time for dinner. I think it was in the 90s when I arrived. Hot.
|A solar array off US 15 near the Nevada Border|
In the Moapa Valley. Almost quitting time.
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