BEST WESTERN Fallon Inn & Suites
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- Hot tub
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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The wedding was awesome in every way! But Sunday morning dawned, and that meant that we all took our exits from Lone Pine, CA! Our journey took us north towards Yosemite National Park! Along the way, we traveled Highway 395 north towards Mammoth Lake, Mammoth Mountain and ultimately Yosemite. What glorious views we saw along the way. Mountains, …
This is a day late and writing this after a 700 mile day so a little too tired to elaborate (will get today's story out tomorrow, its a good one). At that part of the trip where we have to make time on the road to get home. We left ...
... good person. He told of a 750 mile ride he once did for a children's charity and of how fighting the fierce head on winds puts you spiritually close to those you need most. For him, it was his deceased grandfather who stayed on his shoulder and in his heart and wouldn't let him quit.
I know the feeling. I have so many special souls pushing, pulling, helping me every day.
Time to get back out there for round two, so I've been told...
... at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York this July. I will rejoin the merry band of cyclists in Pueblo Colorado for the push eastward through the final 6 states of this tour. Keep viewing the blog because I will be updating it with photos and comments ...
... Nevada. There were about 10 hours between Craters of the Moon and Yosemite, and we wanted to cover as much ground as possible on Friday so that we would have an easier trip the next day and more time to spend in the park. We decided to drive as far as we could during daylight, and to stop when we felt tired and spring for a motel room so we could shower. During this drive we crossed the line into Pacific Time, which was exciting since it was to be our new home time ...