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- Standing Alone, Hallways of Alcázar; Sevilla, Spain
- Coffee Break; Horse-Drawn Carriage, Sevilla, Spain
- Puente Nuevo, El Tajo Gorge; Ronda, Spain
- Above the Hall of the Half Orange, Alcázar; Sevilla, Spain
- Vine Silhouettes on Canvas; Granada, Spain
- Ceiling Patterns, Plaza de España; Sevilla, Spain
- The Mudéjar Arches of Alcázar; Sevilla, Spain
- Walkways of Alcázar; Sevilla, Spain
- Countryside; Ronda, Spain
- Callejón de Nevot; Granada, Spain
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After leaving Yellowstone, I briefly drove through Montana. I think I need more time in this state because my experience there was confusing; I’m sure it was just the one town I stopped in, but the few people I talked to all had different — seemingly foreign — accents, yet claimed to be locals. The fact that one of them sounded like Crocodile Dundee yet said he lived in the town his whole life was very unexpected. The town itself was also a mix between cheap boardwalk arcade and wild west ghost town. The landscape, however, was amazing.
So far 54 tornadoes have been reported from today’s storm, with Mississippi and Alabama getting the brunt of the storm, as was expected. Wasn’t planning on chasing today (if I was, my plan was to stay at the SE-corner of Missouri last night, and then to follow the storms across the south-central U.S. in the morning).
I followed a bunch of back-roads in Nebraska today until I got stuck on a single-lane dirt road (not shown here) and had to drive in reverse for a mile to get back to the other dirt-road (which I also had no idea how to get back home from). Every intersection on that road had clear visibility of 100% nothing for miles, and any road signs I passed were riddled with bullet holes. It was still remarkably beautiful and I didn’t see another person for over an hour while traveling on these roads: