America's Best Inn Hawthorne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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We got to Hawthorne, Nevada at just about lunchtime. The office to Whiskey Flats RV Park was closed, so we ate lunch in the parking lot. It's a relatively new park with concrete pads on the good sites and huge mountains in the distance.
Bill set us up in Site 21. We got The Pearl leveled and the slides deployed and took a walk to Safeway to pick up a few items for dinner. It's not a four mile walk like ...
We may have only had two nights in Vegas but it destroyed Sara for a week. After checking out of our hotel Circus Circus (which yes had its own Circus inside), a chirpy Dave began the two day drive to San Francisco where we were due to meet Sara's parents. We hadn't booked any accommodation but planned our route to include a pleasant drive through Yosemite National Park, rather than attempting the freeways through the beast that is Los Angeles. ...
Here it is December 4th and we are going to try and leave Sparks today. The sun is out and the snow is melting on the roads, I hope it's not going to be scary. We see a lot of trucks on the road so let's go for it.
We left Sparks around 1:30 as the main road looked good, we were going to stay in Tonopah but as we got a late start we ended up ...
... only stopped here because it got dark). It rained nearly all day, and at times it was sleeting. We travelled through desert type land, weaving around snow covered mountains. At times the roads were icy. Despite the rain the scenery was still very impressive, and alittle eery. We travelled through several historical 'gold rush' towns, stopping for Subway at one of them.
Tomorrow we are making our way to Nevada City, California to visit an old mate of mine.
... and wonderfully appropriate to honor the veterans from the War on Terror. The men and women who so faithfully sacrifice their comfort, family life, safety, and sometimes very lives, just to mention a few things. I guess each place - Afganistan and Iraq - seem like they could be mentioned on their own. And isn't every war a war on terror? Anyway, to sum up my random thoughts that are all jumbled up at this early hour of 3:30 am, thank you. Thank you to all the men and women who ...