Best Western Fernley Inn
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Well. We drove clear across some of Utah and all of Nevada today. We stopped at The Great Salt Lake. It was beautiful, but smelled awful, snapped a picture and hit the road. The trick was trying to get back in the van without letting any of the millions of flies in the car. We were unsuccessful. Driving I-80 west through the salt flats was pretty cool. Much more interesting ( and less stinky) than the Great Lake itself. These flats were ...
FRIDAY 6/20-We needed to hook up with I-80 and a woman that worked at the campground on our way to Oregan told us they use Route 44 all the time. This saved us from going all the way down to Sacramento to hook up with I-80 as we only had to go south 2 miles before heading east on 44. The beginning did not look very promising as the road was small hills that made you feel like you were on a roller coaster but then it flattened out and we started climbing. The ...
... I wanted to do a "Whoop" when I was through but I thought people would think that strange so I held back, did a quiet "Whoop" and had a coffee drink :).
When I got to Reno i stopped to fuel up. The station had these tree hugger type of nozzles that have something to trap the fumes and they are a pain. Well i could not get one to work, so after i got my 37 cents worth of fuel I went to a different pump and had the same problem but I got $2.52 ...
... quite a bit yesterday. This is definitely cowboy country … mountain valleys and snow drift fences everywhere deer and antelope play (even saw herds on golf course greens, grazing amongst Canada Geese). As we passed the Continental Divide (7K elevation), Kirk commented if I lived in the early settler days, I’d be like Calamity Jane. LOL.
His understanding of the topography, wilderness and wildlife made this part of the trip much ...
... weather is cool, we didn't feel like walking. We haven't fully adjusted to the temperature change yet! We discovered the Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center and decided to stop and toured the exhibits. Just as we entered, a movie was starting in the domed theater so we headed there first. This facility was the first planetarium to project full-dome movies and has recently upgraded to high-definition ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed