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

Blog archives for November, 2009

Archive for November, 2009

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009

One of the things I looked forward to upon finishing the Route 66 trip was meeting up with technomadia: Cherie Ve Ard and Chris Dunphy, a nomadic couple who have been a big inspiration for me over the past few months.  Cherie was one of the most important support people I called upon when planning […]


Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

On Wednesday there was a big Route 66 event on Santa Monica Pier.  I had every intention of being there but in the end I didn’t make it (more on why in an upcoming post).  Fortunately, a lot of media did make it – so here are a couple of links sent to me by […]


Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Two Guns, Arizona is a bizarre and fascinating place.  This is a real, bonafide, empty ghost town right on the side of the Interstate.  There is an exit on I-40 to Two Guns, but there’s nothing there except ruins.  And Mike. When you learn of the history of Two Guns, you think it must be […]


Thursday, November 5th, 2009

This was an interesting location from earlier on in the Route – a large abandoned gymnasium made with Ozark sandstone in the “giraffe” style in Phillipsburg, Missouri.  There was a really neat old truck parked in front: That was just a visual for you.  Its only connection to this post is that the vehicle in […]