After a very long day that included seeing an *actual* lizard, getting snowed on in June and laughing maniacally to myself while listening to at least seven hours of David Sedaris on CD, I am much, much too tired to write the clever post I intended to write tonight. Instead, I am going to post these photos, finish off this juice glass of white zin and shuffle off to bed. Like last time, click the photo to see the whole set.
Somewhere off I-70 in Utah:
Green River, Utah:
Vail Pass, Summit, Elevation 10,660 ft.:
I donâ€™t have time tonight to regale you with â€œtales from the road,â€ so here are some pretty pictures, since most of you probably canâ€™t read anyhow. Clicky on each of the photos to be taken to that particular Flickr stream, or see the Best Of here.
St. George, UT:
Cedar City, UT:
Turns out, moving across the country in a Nissan goddam Sentra every few years is a really good way to cut down on clutter. Also to drive your self fucking insane. In any case, Henry and I are departing tomorrow for our great eastward journey, which will look a lot like the great westward journey I made two years ago, except with more dog farts, and hopefully a much better idea. Keep an eye on Urbzen.com for updates.
Henry sez: â€œWhere did everything go?â€
Keep your eyeballs on Urbzen starting Sunday for photos and updates from the Great Urbzen Road Trip, which will basically be a bunch of shots of Henry at various rest stops, refusing to pee until heâ€™s sniffed every goddam blade of grass in the county.
Please check back in June. Thanks for your patience.
Iâ€™m sorry I abandoned you for so long, Internet! See, a Very Important Thing happened last week, and that thing was teabagging. You might have heard about it. In any case, your editor was busy chronicling the insanitea (see what I did there?) over at Teablogging.net.
Honestly everything over at Teablogging is worth a look, for freedom, but hereâ€™s a sampling of some of our best work from the past few days:
Teabags Across America: The Day in Photos
Teabagged: The Morning After
Hitting all their historical marks
AmSpec: Scenes from the DC Tea Party
Teabaggers: We want revolution so long as revolution will not get us into trouble (redux)
And my personal favorite: Michelle Malkin will disembowel you, just like she did to this pig
ALSO: Teablogging.net, a very important internet web site, has been featured on The Huffington Post, Wonkette, Talking Points Memo, Burnt Orange,The Daily Angry Liberal, ShortsandPants and RonPaulForums.com.
Regular Urbzen posting will resume Monday.