Sandi Wheaton's photographic journey from Chicago to LA with a Jeep, an Aliner trailer and a bunch of cameras

Blog archives for October, 2009

Archive for October, 2009

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

The sun is out, hallelujah.  It went from 32 degrees to 70-something, that’s amazing to me. Not that the fog that’s enveloped the Texas panhandle since I crossed the state line is all bad; it just sucked for shooting my infrared film.  And it sucked because it was incredibly cold.  And because you couldn’t see […]


Saturday, October 10th, 2009

Ice.  Not in my drink, on my Aliner.  And I am in Texas.  W.. T.. F…  I ask you…??!  It’s going to be below zero tonight and they’re calling for a mix of ice and snowy rain.  Charming, especially for a Canadian who came south expecting sunny skies and shorts weather. Fortunately I have the […]


Friday, October 9th, 2009

Jerry McClanahan says in his E-Z 66 Guide that the stretch between Fort Reno and Hydro is one of the best drives on all of 66.  I’d have to agree.  There’s a lot of the 1930s original Portland concrete in the west of this state, and it’s so neat to drive on.  There were like […]


Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Huh!  I was on TV in Oklahoma City today! Galen Culver did a piece on my project for his “Is this a great state or what?” series on KFOR.  Here is the link. Yesterday was nutty.  The Oklahoman’s photographer John Clanton and reporter David Zizzo came over to the Burners’ house to shoot stuff for […]