This is a lil photo journey of my trip to acquire the Dymac solar truck. I took many legs of public transit from Mountain View California to Julian California over the course of 19 hours; starting Thursday night at 10pm. And picked up a nasty cold in the process. Stayed with a phenomenally kind man named Joe at a retreat center. He gave me a ride to pick up the truck. Sunday morning I took the scenic route to Ramona California where I met my friend Carlos. We loaded the truck on a trailer and hitched to his bigger truck. After a pitstop to take some drone footage of the rig (coming soon), and another pitstop in LA to pickup some furniture and a grill, we drove through the night back north. We arrived in Palo Alto Monday morning and I drove the car to work. And here are the photos...
I'm too lazy to do proper formatting so you might like to zoom.
I left a few organs at the DMV
they really know how to grow citrus in San Diego!
Karen and the truck right before I rode away in it
happy buyer (photo by Joe)
rainbow shade test
the yurt I stayed in. Wonderful experience at Camp Stevens
sick & blissed
out on the open road
lovely barn photo opportunity while pulled over to investigate one of the many closed roads Google suggested I drive on
the route I tried to take from Julian to Ramona. Ended up mostly on 78.