BEST WESTERN PLUS Eureka Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The sun was shining brightly from cloudless skies when we left Salt Lake City, although it was somewhat chilly. We head west and pass the great salt lake and into the salt lake desert. Roads are straight and go on forever in this flat landscape, which was pretty windswept at times to say the least.
Just over100 miles brings us to the glistening …
Very hot. Garmin read 42•c in sun. Pretty canyon pass and surrounded by mountains which were snow capped. Long roads and more I80. Feel I earned the Dairy Queen stop and one ice cream was not enough. Had to at least try the milkshake. Then one flavour of milkshake was not enough. Uh oh I think it's turning into an addiction... Casino for dinner. Early bed as back to back century days coming ...
Headed east out of Reno to Fallon for breakfast.
The largest employer in Fallon is the important Naval Air Station Fallon, a training airfield that has been the home of the US Navy's Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center including the TOPGUN training program since 1996.
Fallon is at the crossroads of an important pair of US numbered highways. Fallon is one of the towns on the so-called "Loneliest Highway in America", ...
We were up long before the revelers at the campsite, packed up and hit the road around 9:00. Our first stop was Burney Falls, at McArthur-Burney Memorial State Park in Northern California. The Falls are spectacular, and the canyon below the falls must be 25 degrees cooler than the Ponderosa forest on the plateau above. The shade from the tall Douglass fir forest, the mist from the falls, and the narrow spaces provided a welcome ...
... they travelled to California." In 1869 the transcontinental railroad was built along the Humbolt Rive. Today The California Trail, railroad and Hwy 80 all follow the same route across Nevada to California. The center is built near the South Fork of the Humbolt River. It tells the story of the pioneers moving west from Independence, Missouri as well as some history of the indigenous Shoshone Indians. There was a wonderful display of how the Indians lived in ...