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 …
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 ...
Before we got to Elko we went thru a new tunnel they were just completing, infact, the west bound was still not open. We got to Palisades and the Altitude was 6000 sometimes you couldn't tell we were climbing in altitude but the last push in this area was a hard climb. The poor motorhome hates this arid dry weather but we made it to the campground in Elko. Forgot to take a ...
Mickey and Lucy have not forgotten their old tricks walking around our heads and Lucy jumping into and out of the cabinet above our heads. That along with the trains was not a restful night sleep! Fur everywhere already!! Breakfast sandwich, hook up and we are on the road to Idaho Falls. We passed a potatoe museum. Sorry we didn't have time to stop ...
... now consists of two things. Summits and valleys. Each taxing mountain climb in itself feels like an achievement. I pause for a picture of the elevation sign before coasting down into a true desert valley. Flat and dry. Dry and flat. Some have been as much as 20 miles across while others are only 10 or so. To me, crossing them is as demanding as climbing the summits.
I find myself staring at that hypnotizing white line below while trying not ...