Unlike any other place I’ve seen, the majority of signs I saw in Arizona were as memorials for dead people, often garlanded with fake flowers. This is a good example
Not sure what that means. I’m pretty sure thus is a chain—I recall seeing that 味之家 in another town
Never seen one of these before
This was just past the notorious tunnel
Look at those crazy choppers. I think they both had V8s from cars mounted transversely. And the rear wheel on the right one—completely insane
This was in Top of the World, Arizona, and the route is indeed very popular with bikers.
Yes, it can be yours. I saw sone other can-sculpture yard art in this neighborhood, so clearly his work is catching on.
This guy is a virtuoso in his chosen medium
This was a really interesting bike facility. Mesa has a bike lane that runs E-W for a very long way (which I rode), and they’ve installed one of these every couple miles so people can stop and get shade, a valuable commodity around here. Some also had water, I think.
I love the crazy-high street numbers in Arizona.
I started seeing saguaro about 10 miles into Arizona, followed by cholla.
In addition to an airplane on top of a vintage car hauler, some interesting cars from the 40s—60s, this place also had a half-track.
Saw this sign at the B&B Bait Shop as I was leaving. Of course I had slept out in the open near foodstuffs. Obviously nothing and happened.
Honest, Sheriff Arpaio, this is just a really dark tan.
One 3-liter water bladder slung under seat, another on the rack
The nameless cat owned by my Warm Showers host in Brawley, Jim.
I have no idea if this sends water to LA, but seeing this instantly reminded me of the movie Chinatown.