After a disastrous essay with the car which was suppose to race (broken transmission), Jim, the boss, gave up and decided to not race anymore. It marked the end of my work at the garage and my return to the ranch, probably the best way to save the money that I earned anyway. As a […]Read More Welcome back to Thanksgiving
As a real homeless with all my stuff in my trunk (food, clothing, toiletries), I roamed from a house to another one, depends how my friends were busy. And I just love this way of life !!!! A lot of work at the garage, for sure, but you know me, I like to live at 100 […]Read More My every day life out of work
Do you remember my friend David ? The french Mecanical engineer working in a race cars garage ? A week after our trip, noticing how cheap I traveled due to my financial situation, he suggested me to work at his garage : his boss wanted to race his car for the 25 hours of thunderhill, San Francisco, California, […]Read More Huge change : new temporary work !!!
Thusday November 7th: direction Zion National Park. The road 9 was a wonderful introduction to the park. It rolls past yellow sandstone before reaching an impressive gallery-dotted tunnel and 3,5 miles of switchbacks going down in red-rock splendor. Our hike choice : the Angels Landing Trail. We hiked along a one meter narrow cliffs (sometimes less) […]Read More End of the trip: Zion National Park and Las Vegas
Sunday November 3rd and Monday November 4th : so it was two amazing days in the Grand Canyon. Tuesday November 5th : Page and Antelope Canyon. This stunning sandstone slot canyon was just a BLAST!!!! The best part of the trip. Inhabited by Native Americans for centuries, this region is largely made up of reservation land called […]Read More Second destination –> Antelope Canyon & Bryce Canyon
Like all the students working here, I had a whole week-break. Before it is get too cold it was time for me to pace up and down the beauty of the Southwest. Here, adventure still loom large in this land of mountains, deserts and wide-open spaces sprawled accross Nevada, Utah and Arizona. I would like […]Read More Whole week-break, first destination –> The Grand-Canyon.