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TripAdvisor Reviews Cold Springs RV Park Fallon
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- I woke up at 8am
- i went to eat at a diner for breakfast
- Went to the gas station and got gas
- Left at around 11am
- i started driving and got there at around 2pm
- For the rest of the time in Fernley i went to a couple stores to shop
- After went to taco bell-5$
- Then went to sleep in my car at around 10pm
We sadly left the Wine and drove to my cousin in Nevada. Sheila and Ernie's house. Fallen is hot and dry but we went to visit the extended family and had a great time talking about the Heim Family. This is my Dad's relatives. Sheila and her sister Colleen 's mother is my Dads cousin but was raised by my Grandmother after ...
... and 2 pro-bikers in my lane. Since the road is very narrow I had to come to a complete STOP! Since there was no one behind me I asked these bikers how far they’re going. They said they are biking to New York!! WOW! How could anyone bike the loneliest road with no civilization in site?? Now that’s endurance and stamina!! Lol. Now I’m kicking myself for not getting a picture of them...and not offering them a power bar! Next ...
... no water. Instead we did a smaller trail with plaques teaching us about the landscape, then went back to get the car. We drove all the way to the end of the park's road and took the camel pack with us on a shorter trail that led us around Broken Top Crater, and very much enjoyed the scenic overlook at the top which allowed us a broad view of the lava flows which stretched for miles. After our hike it was time to leave Craters of the Moon, and we headed south toward ...
... had a great view of the mountains to the west and the snow in the vicinity of Donner Pass bringing back memories of our trip through here last spring. Heading home along the Truckee River, the lighting was wonderful. With the river, the railroad and the highway side by side through the valley, it is easy to understand why this valley has served as an important transportation route since the years of exploration.