The Lodge at the Mountain Village
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... leading into the park is beautiful.
This park has reddish coloured rocks and many interesting formations. It has many Arches and also many windows ( which are arches in the making). They ...
... bones. There was also a display about Bing Crosby who bought a ranch just north of town. Crosby was made an honorary mayor of Elko. The receptionist at the front desk was very personable and more than happy to answer any questions.
During our visit to this museum there was a graduation ceremony for a bunch of kindergartners all dressed in their red and yellow graduation gowns and caps. They all ...
... across country that I actually enjoy. This time its 'Blown Away' by Carrie Underwood, a spirited ditty about domestic violence and bad goings on in Oklahoma amidst Tornados and wrecked dreams. just your average Country song then. It cheered me up no end every time it came on and I sang along with gusto. At the Truck Stop you see in the photographs I asked the guy at the counter, "How far to Rock Springs?" The reply: "Forks and spoons in the corner,Sir!" I just love ...
We realized yesterday, while on our way to Yosemite, that we didn't have quite as much time as we thought we did. Unfortunately, that means that we have to cut out both the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. As of today, it put our trip on the fast track for Atlanta. Today, we drove through northern Nevada to Salt Lake City, Utah (actually, Park City, which is just outside of Salt Lake). The most interesting part ...
... was fourteen hours on the road when we finally pulled over in the little casino town of Winnemucca. Worn from our adventures battling boredom, nature, and the endless hours across the American heartland, we settled into our quaint little motel with a couple glasses of whiskey, some pointless TV, and before we knew it, the sound steady sleep of two exhausted souls. One more day on the road and we reach San Francisco. Hello again, West Coast, we missed ...