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... entire California Trail.
This stretch of Nevada is typical for this state- very few towns and not big towns at that. Fernley is atypical with a population of nearly 20,000 souls. Once an agricultural center the city advertises itself was the second friendliest site for warehouse distribution in the West. As if to prove the point Amazon.com has a huge warehouse there.
Next town to the east is Lovelock, the Pershing County Seat. On the way we pass a pair of large dry ...
... with "tennis ball leaves", placed with the intent of giving drivers something interesting to look at. Half "tennis ball" lie on the ground to represent fallen leaves.
The area is actually part of the Great Salt Flat Desert and the best known area is the Bonneville Salt Flats where land speed records are set. There are two areas to visit, one right along the highway and a second closer to the ...
June 7th – Day 34
This morning we went to Calvary Chapel
in Truckee. Only just though. Hannah sat up in bed and said “do you
know it's 9.43am?” to which we all leaped out of bed and scrambled
to be ready for the 10am service. I've never seen us get ready so
fast, especially in such a small space. 8 minutes later we were in
the car and heading out to ...
So mostly in middle of nowhere. SAG stops closer together than previous day and more cloud cover so better cycling. Again lots of miles on I-80 the interstate.74 miles today. Kettie my room mate suffered a flat tyre. Found a milkshake. Found a snake. More burgers and chips. The trousers are getting tighter ...
... about half-way between Lovelock and Winnemucca. When we got there, it turned out to be about two miles down a dirt road in the middle of the desert, and this 50-foot freight train that I drive isn't very good at off-roading. So we turned around (not an easy feat) and continued eastward. Fifty miles later, we had driven over 400 miles, and we pulled into the Winnemucca KOA at about 7:30 ...