What was your trip to Canada like in terms of photographs?
Photos 31 through 40
Photo #31: A different view of the reststop area
This is the second view of the reststop area. Not much exciting, eh? Well, maybe not with those two signs. The signs say "no parking between signs". This could almost mean ANY sign meaning you couldn't park at all, even in parking lots as you'd be between thousands of signs.
Photo #32: The Turtle "Mountains" 1
Here's a day time view of the Turtle "Mountains". See how low they stick out? This is why I don't consider these "mountains".
Photo #33: The Turtle "Mountains" 2
Here's a second view of these so-called "mountains".
Photo #34: A quicksand field
As my mud dreams go, humans are walking neck deep in mud and quicksand for no apparent reason. I really wanted to stop and get a picture of this. I didn't want to get too close to it though. It might be deep and you can get stuck in it real easy, though it may not even be close to that of what my mud dreams have in them.
Photo #35: The quicksand field from another angle
This is about as close as I'm willing to get to the quicksand. I'm still quite high up though. It's hard to tell with that very tall grass. Let's just hope that I don't get crazy on the mud dreams again....
Photo #36: The seventh and final destination
This store was much like Wal-mart and Kmart. It was quite big, however, I went straight to the office and school supplies area to look for pencils, but they didn't really have much there and didn't have the kind I wanted. This is also the place where I encountered "honey lemonade soda" and one other wacky soda type. I didn't bother getting it though.
Photo #37: The Turtle "Mountains" from the Pamida shop
From the Pamida shop, I could still see the Turtle "Mountains" quite well and I thought it'd be an interesting photo to take. I almost wished that I could get up ontop of the van and take a photo from there. As I say, since YMCA camp in 1997, "High elevation is the best elevation. The higher, the better the view!". Getting on the top of the van could easily give me a better view as I'm up higher, but 8 feet really isn't much, but does add up.
Photo #38: Turtle "Mountains" shrinking away
I love watching stuff grow and shrink as you change distance. These things are so big, you have to travel a few miles before you really even notice anything.
Photo #39: Turtle "Mountains" barely even visible
This is the last I got to see of the Turtle "Mountains". They're so far away, they're only 4 pixels on this display! If you double your distance, objects will appear to be half as big.
Photo #40: The home stretch
Being so close to home after driving for a few hundred miles, I was getting anxious to making the data on the digital camera on the computer's hard drive so I could share my experience. This is the last of my photographs that I've taken.
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