Toorcamp was hosted at a decommissioned Titan missile silo site. Four stories underground, 55 degrees, and very cold war. We had to wear hard hats and go down in groups. It was an interesting place to be and photograph.
Toorcamp was described as a surprise Burning Man. It was hot, dusty, and the wind did some awesome things. A small community of hackers and snarky bastards was formed and we partied like no tomorrow.
First semi-real bicycle tour. Kind of. Rode from Seattle to Odessa Washington. Half way through I pulled something in my leg and couldn't continue. Anyway it was a blast hanging out with new friends, riding through places I've never been, chugging up the shoulder of a loud highway.
During the East Bay Tweed Ride, Pamela Palma handed out some sort of tarot cards cut in half randomly. Morley and I were given a matching pair. As you can see we were very excited to find the mate.
Photos © Pamela Palma.