Tonopah Station RV Park
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Life is a little difficult at the minute. Our group is frustrating, most members are hard work or have annoying habits. Spend 2 weeks with people and you get to know them quite well. For the most part we're just getting on with it but we're at the end of our tethers with some of them. Some others are very nice and good to talk to, they temporarily take your mind off of some individuals who are a pain to travel with. Recently we've just been looking forward ...
... that skidded and rolled on the curve before you got there. There were also a couple of areas where they were doing road work which stopped traffic in spurts.
On the way out of Yosemite we were going to hike to a stand of Giant Sequoia trees, but between the temperature of 95F, and the stopped traffic delays on the road, we decided to forgo the hike and keep driving. Just before we left the park, we went through Tioga Pass with ...
... so miles. We had camping gear and so we could pitch a tent somewhere, but with nothing to lose, we decided to start checking the motels to see if one of them didn’t have something available. Fortunately, the second place we tried did, in fact, have a room… the woman said the only reason she made it available was because of the “boy”… as in, if it had been just me, I would have been SOL. Chalk one up for Cole. I suspect it won’t be the last ...
... S. Nixon and Wingfield made huge fortunes in Goldfield by forming the Goldfield Consolidated Mining Company. By 1906 they were worth $30 million. Wingfield moved to Reno, NV soon after realizing his great wealth could be spread across Northern Nevada and Northern California. Between 1903 and 1918, mining in two towns grew from $2.8 million to $48.6 million. Wyatt and Virgil Earp came to Goldfield in 1904. Virgil was hired as a ...
... diggings, this was the last serious mining operation at Gold Point. Town buildings giving a sense of the isolation of Gold Point The old camp is a living history lesson with about 50 buildings still standing, including former Senator Harry Wiley's home and the post office that now serves as a museum. The Post Office Museum is open on most weekends and for large parties. Memorial Day Weekend is the annual Chili Cook-Off with prizes & drawings, food and drink, games for ...