I don't know how many times I've driven by the ball statue on the Salt Lake desert.
As you near Dinosaur, you encounter more and more of these signs.
Two days, 5 stages, and 48 bands. Tom Petty was a lot of fun. I think the crowd sang every song.
Five stages and lots of vendors. The only complaint I had was that they didn't have enough free water on a very hot day. They tried to get you to buy water instead of waiting in long lines. Oh, and the sandwich nazi working the entrance would make you throw out your sandwiches so that you were forced to buy the food inside.
Sunday, we watched Colbie Caillat, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, John Mayer, and Dave Matthews.
Maria points to Steve Winwood.
This was lit up with sequential strobe lights after nightfall. The effect was that the monkeys looked like they were swinging around the bars.
Maria and I enjoy the show.
John Mayer on guitar. He played Van Halen's "Panama" as an encore.
Dave Matthews Band had a great show. The screens look like HDTV in your living room.
I-70 passes through San Rafael Reef. This is a great twisty ride on a motorcycle.
The cloud cover keeps the temperatures down, but also provide a threat of rain.
Dodging storms on the way back. I missed most of the rain, but did catch a light shower at one point.
The "Shoe Tree" outside of Austin, NV. People throw their old shoes into the tree. I don't know why.
Passing through Fallon, NV.