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Today we are traveling east on Interstate 80 a relatively short 177 miles to Winnemucca, NV. Tomorrow will be a longer day heading north on US highway 95 to Boise, ID- a distance of 260 miles.
Today proved to be a good shake down cruise for our new truck towing our 5th wheel trailer (coach to some). Up until today it had towed the trailer no more than 20 miles and that was to have some maintenance done on the 5ver. The weather was pretty warm, in the 90's. The road is not flat so ...
Today we traveled the last leg on I-80 for our trip. If we thought southwestern Wyoming was sparsely populated, the section of I-80 from Salt Lake City to Winnemucca, Nevada has it beat. The road was a breeze to drive. There was very little traffic, much of it very flat, straight road, and even the mountain passes did not pose a problem. The biggest problem with the highway was the possibility of boredom setting ...
... hasn't helped Ben mend so we spent the
afternoon at home. The kids learnt to play marbles which is a dice
and marble form of Ludo. The competitive streak came out and there
was yelling (happy yelling) by halfway through.
I took a short walk down to a thrift
shop where I found 4 books for $1.35. We are finding enough time to
relax and read that we are going through heaps of books. I'll have ...
So mostly in middle of nowhere. SAG stops closer together than previous day and more cloud cover so better cycling. Again lots of miles on I-80 the interstate.74 miles today. Kettie my room mate suffered a flat tyre. Found a milkshake. Found a snake. More burgers and chips. The trousers are getting tighter ...
... boogers. You might know them as "Sea Monkeys." They are harvested in Salt Lake and sold to the Aquaculture industry. Our host spends every good day of weather from October to December out on the lake in a small powerboat waiting for the company plane to spot the "bloom" of eggs--a pink film on the water--and then he races as fast as he can to the spot, hoping to lay claim to it before the competition does. Then the bigger boat follows, ...