Along the way on a 5000-mile road trip graduation travel that spared the entire central Great Plains, there were joys and difficulties on the road. The last two days were spent in a rush, driving all night back to Rhode Island.
Thanks to my school, RISD, our professor who appreciated the content of my research and gave me a scholarship to fund the long drive. Even though it was the most expensive time for gas, having the travel scholarship to fund the trip made it a lot easier. Even though almost two-thirds of the scholarship money was spent on gas on this trip, the scenery I saw along the way, the terroir I felt, and the museums and exhibitions I saw, compared to what I had read in books and papers, even though there was still a lack of scientific research and relevance, it also confirmed what I had personally thought before. The Central Great Plains of the United States is likely to be desertified again when groundwater becomes scarce. And now, some designs and measures should be made to gradually slow down and prevent the possibility of this happening. Otherwise, it could be a huge disaster in the future.
Even though the Central Great Plains may seem to be sparsely populated, it is not easy for the people and crops that can grow and survive on it. The natural environment would create what kind of soil for survival, and in this part of North America, everything was growing hard, despite how harsh the environment was, under the scorching sun and in the cold wind.
Along the way, the temperature outside exceeded 40 degrees Celsius many times. Everything has evolved just to be a little less grueling. Thanks to the Toyota Sienna, although it is a 2007 old car with 150k miles on it, it is still stable and resistant to high temperature, although the power is slightly reduced in the sub-hot days, at least, I saw a lot of broken down cars on the road, and the Sienna is always stable and didn't abandon us in the middle of the road.
The entire trip down the cumulative organization and shooting almost 600G of photos and materials, left a lot of valuable memories.
Thanks to my mate for traveling with us all the way, if not for you, it would have been difficult to travel so far on this trip.
I went home and received the graduation certificate from the school, which was actually enclosed in a badminton cylinder and mailed to me. It is also complete.
The car probably because I drove into the haystack, this guard was peeled by the haystack, produced a noise, and then all the way home to listen to these noises. This body store fixed the problem for $20 and changed the oil for $60. On to the moving trip again.
Expecting the next trip.