1. Took a ride up through the White Mountains to check out the foliage.

     

  2. Nothing like New England in the autumn. Or is it autumn in New England?

     

  3. Roosevelt Island

     

  4. Drove from Chicago to Iowa City and stopped at the World’s Largest Truck Stop on the way. Items sold include ninja stars, wolf t-shirts, hood ornaments, etc.

     

  5. Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain

     

  6. We rode bikes up to the Little Red Lighthouse, which surprisingly has quite a bit of history.

     

  7. The current Bowery Mural.

     

  8. Visited my home state of New Hampshire for the 4th. Saw the sand sculpture competition and ate lots of seafood.

     

  9. Dead Horse Bay is a beach where trash from all over, sometimes decades old, washes ashore. Entire bottles, shoes, tile, china, toys, appliances, and more can be found easily. The inlet gets its name from the 19th century factory where horses and other animals were turned into fertilizer.

     

  10. New York’s Chinatown is the largest population of Chinese people outside of China. It’s one of New York’s most distinct neighborhoods. Many strange sights and smells in this neighborhood, namely fish heads for sale on the sidewalk.

     

  11. We rode our bikes to the largest legal tagging grounds in America, 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center. Tons of really impressive art.

     

  12. Check out the High Line if you’re in New York.

     

  13. Spring is in bloom in New York. We went to the park today and stumbled across some sort of Native American heritage celebration. 

     

  14. A photo of a sign I took at a stop in Wyoming at the end of our trip. Seemed ironic at the time, seeing as we had driven over 4,000 miles.

     

  15. Stopped at the Bonneville Salt Flats yesterday on our way through Utah. It looks like snow and ice but it’s all salt.