Travel

March 10, 2013

Postcards from readers: The end of the road

There were many bucolic scenes on a recent October motorcycle trip across Washington state's Highway 2. Quite compelling was that of this retired farm truck, knee deep in sage and wild oats, patina deepening with each passing day, positioned to monitor the east-west traffic outside of Creston.

The photographer: Dave Delgardo of Rocklin

Behind the lens: There were many bucolic scenes on a recent October motorcycle trip across Washington state's Highway 2. Quite compelling was that of this retired farm truck, knee deep in sage and wild oats, patina deepening with each passing day, positioned to monitor the east-west traffic outside of Creston. The old boy seemed to be remembering his days at labor while enjoying a well-earned rest.


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