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Left Gavin's around 10.30am. So hard to leave. Gas in Minden. Spent hours in Historic Virginia City. Wish I could post pics on this iPhone cause words don't do it justice. Found a Best Western in Fernley and stayed there a night Bought another gps from Walmart as the other one wasn't recognizing towns. Long drive Wed morn 8 hours solid driving thru countryside that hardly changes Hope to stay in Salt Lake City tonight. Can someone please comment on this if they are getting ...
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Chuck and Ziggy
... about making sure I had a bear proof canister. Of course I did and showed it to her. We chatted for about 3 minutes. She was very personable, friendly, and diplomatic. By the way, the mosquito infestation is getting worse. There are so many of them. Its driving me nuts. The only way to keep them off you is by moving fast. As soon as you stop, the swarm attacks. How much longer until the mosquitoes die off. That's it for now. I'm so tired. Time to ...
... levels to rise too much to be passable. People's tents in the campsite in Landmannalaugar had been severely damaged by the wind.
So far so good on the way there. Its a four hour journey in gorgeous sunshine most of the way. The landscape turns increasingly desolate, dry and mountainous. We finally pull in to Landmannalaugar around midday, a tiny congregation of buildings consisting of a couple of huts, a toilet block and a campsite, ...
... in the afternoon sun we all headed back to Kings Beach.
Olly and Maija introduced us to a California delicacy for dinner as the boys collapsed in front of a film. Tri-tip roasted on the barbecue. Tri-tip is a cut of beef from the bottom sirloin subprimal, apparently. Whatever it was it was very tasty indeed, especially accompanied by some suitably aerated red wine. I could get used to this.