Road Trip Buzz

Scott Andersen, who I have known since we were photographers together at Oklahoma University a few short decades ago, test drives my 200mm f/2.0 lens this morning.
Scott Andersen, who I have known since we were photographers together at Oklahoma University a few short decades ago, test drives my 200mm f/2.0 lens this morning.
Scott discusses the finer points of the road trip during a visit this morning.
Scott discusses the finer points of the road trip during a visit this morning.

Anyone who drive long distances on a regular basis is familiar with “road trip buzz,” that feeling in your head and your body that comes over you when you get out of your car at the end of a 13-hour day on the road. It is a curious combination of mental fatigue and the result of vibrations from the pavement. When it happens to me, I feel like I must be wild-eyed and not blinking enough.

No one is experiencing that like our friend Scott Andersen, who is driving across the country this week for work. Readers will remember Scott from his visit in May of 2014. He managed to stop here in Ada for about 45 minutes, and it was excellent seeing him again.

It is also tugging at my wanderlust, urging me to take a road trip with my wife soon.

Scott smiles as he prepares to hit the road after visiting me this morning.
Scott smiles as he prepares to hit the road after visiting me this morning.
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