27 Apr 2007
Once more unto the breach. The orange jumpsuits go on for the last time.
We got this pocket Geiger counter from <a href="http://www.pocketrad.com">Pocketrad</a>. Our booth is safe. We think.
A job well done. Nice sweat marks.
Andy S fitting in a quick demo.
Time to pack it all up. Most of our booth ends up in the recycling bin.
Out of Vegas and a quick stop for desert frisbee.
Exhibiting the frazzled confusion that comes from a mixture of being in Vegas too long and then running through cacti for half an hour.
We've never seen a hotel-casino as sinister as this.
What about shoes but no shirt, or vice versa? Or boots and a sweater? Or sandals and a pashmina? Some of these signs are pretty confusing.
An early morning stroll
We had to snap Tom's neck to stop him repeating 'Awe-sam' on a never-ending loop.
Shoshone cafe, with the post office reflected. And that brings us to the end of our guided tour of Shoshone.
With only one road in and out of the desert, two maps was kind of overkill.
Although Andy T and Tom still managed to take a wrong turn.
This is pretty much all that's left of Amboy. Cool sign though.
The one on the left is called Haemmorrhoid apparently because "he's a pain in the ass".
Desert frisbee in Baghdad. Check out THE tree.
Being on the edge of a massive military base makes Andy and Tom nervous. Is that an un-manned drone?
We made it through the desert ... LA here we come!
And finally, we leave you with a snapshot gallery of the 'Carpets of Las Vegas'. Shocking, yet hypnotic.