Barton's Club 93
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- Free parking
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Much adventure getting here, but unfortunately described it in the previous blog. I realized I had to start a new blog, if it was to be printed like the others. Sorry.
Anyway, after our back-tracking to Lake Havasu City to get a front end alignment and new tires, we took Route 93 (see map photo), blew past Las Vegas and onto this two-lane highway through the eastern part of Nevada. It's remote, ...
... in their own way, but we have a lot of fun when we get together even though there's a few subjects we avoid (like the Ford Fiesta).
Woke up, as usual around 4am, but did manage to go back to sleep – yay! After coffee and breakfast, we headed out again. I guess it was about 8:20am. The weather is still a bit unsettled, but only light showers and cloud cover. On this part of the trip, the scenery doesn't change much. We went by Winnemucca, Battle Mountain, and Elko. Our turnoff to go north was at Wells, NV, so we stopped there in a big lot for lunch. We finished off ...
What a day
Left Dave's at 9 a.m. Under cloudy skies and along the way hit a bit of rain.
We drove 463 miles and drove down Hwy 93 the loneliest highway in America. We would literally not see anyone or another car for many miles. Vast expanses of mountains and valleys seemed to go forever without see homes or people. We saw temperature changes of 20 degrees between the changing altitudes. We had zero phone service for ...
After a good nights rest, we headed more Nevada desert. But, again if they can find water, or maybe they buy it, they can irrigate and every once in a while we would see green fields or golden fields that had just been harvested. But they only way anything can grow is by irrigation.
We happened upon the California Trail ...