The road best left untaken

In field biology your research takes you down some paths that better promise some pretty good data for all the rubber and undercarriage they strip from your truck (and all the lining they erode from your GI tract). There are some one-lane oilstrips in the Nebraska Sandhills, arroyo-roads in southeastern Arizona, and the the trans-isthmus highway in Panama that fall into that category for me.

But jeez louise, Dark Roasted Blend takes us down some roads RussianHighway BolivianHighway that only TibetPath a herpetologist could love.

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4 Responses to The road best left untaken

  1. That bus is wayy too close to the edge of that cliff.

  2. Richard says:

    These are some of the more insane pictures I’ve seen in a while. Very cool.

  3. torchwolf says:

    Nice blog. I don’t know if I’ll have time to read it, of course – the twitter factor. πŸ™‚

    The width of this image breaks the blog layout (at least for me), and pushes your sidebar below the posts.

  4. Mike says:

    Hmm, ya gotta love inserts. Somewhere, somehow, there is also CPU somewhere that gets queasy. Maybe your computer got a touch of vertigo? πŸ˜‰

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