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BORING!! The population here is only 8,000, but they have 47 restaurants! The largest concentration of Basque (Spain Spanish) restaurants per capita in the U.S. That would be 2. We went to the Basque restaurant in the historic Martin Hotel. They have long tables and will seat you with strangers. They eat their dishes individually. We ordered the lamb shank ...
... It was first a gold mining town, but when the gold ran out, it was pretty much done for. I enjoyed walking around there, peeking into windows and seeing the belongings left everywhere. In the schoolhouse, there were books still lying around on desks like the kids would be coming back from recess anytime now. I also looked into many different saloons. Obviously, I reenacted a shootout in front of one of them, old west style.
Now began our long trek through the middle of nowhere. ...
... small town of 2300 souls Lovelock subsists on agriculture, mining and increasingly on tourism. The proximity of a maximum security prison doesn't hurt the economy either.
Ahhh, a little farther east from Lovelock lies the almost extinct railroad town of Imlay (pop. 170). Imlay has a post office, a general store and a trading post....... it also has a strange collection of buildings and artistic creations known as Thunder Mountain. A feller by the name of Frank Van Zant who ...
... br> As we left Salt Lake City under sunny skies, we drove along the Great Salt Lake. We did not go in to take a close look, but snapped a few pictures as we drove by. In the same area, we stopped at a travel plaza that was a setting in the movie Dumb and Dumber . Then a little farther up the road we tried to see the Benson Grist Mill built in 1854. The mill sits in a restored area that was not yet opened for ...
... just in time. The alarm
had been set for 830am so I'm not sure what happened there we must've
all just been shattered. It was a lovely service and we felt really
at home. Kaitlin was especially happy to arrive at the kids programme
on a week where they had a mini carnival. She walked away with quite
the little treasure assortment.
We needed to have a rest day today. All
the driving the past ...