This month I took a 2700 mile trip through the Great Basin and Mojave Deserts. I first went to Twin Falls, Idaho, to discuss the Suburban I am going to purchase in March (https://www.suboverland.com/). I traveled from there through a snowy and very cold Nevada. I would usually camp out but overnight lows of 5 degrees Fahrenheit (-15 degrees Celsius) discouraged the idea. BLM (Bureau of Land Management) controls over 48 million acres of Nevada or 63% of the state. Most of the area is available for camping, even the areas that ranchers have leased for grazing cattle. Just make sure you close the gate after you pass through those areas. These images were made with the Nikon FM3a and the film was developed with HC-110(B) for 4 minutes @20C.