We started off at a funny tiki motel in Palm Springs, below right.
Then drove down to Salvation Mountain, a gigantic piece of art created by Leonard Knight who lives on the property with no electricity or running water. Really the only word i can find to explain it is "epic," no matter what your thoughts on religion, the love and faith put into this will move you.
Just getting out of the car you can feel the power of the place, and the absolute silence of being the only one there accompanied by the clouds straight out of a 3 billion dollar blockbuster apocalypse movie stopped me dead in my tracks a number of times. This is an experience I could never forget.
All in all pretty creepy, like the kind of town you would expect a zombie apocalypse to come out of. Needless to say i stayed in my car the entire time.
Sue, enjoying the living room i recreated for him in the backseat. Or mostly just wondering where the hell we were going and why his dad wasn't there (he was on a work trip otherwise he would have been with us)
"Caution: Reality Ahead: Question EVERYTHING"
ain't that the truth!