BEST WESTERN PLUS Gold Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Winnemucca
... had to work a little. The truck performed perfectly. This diesel can pull hard without as much as working up a sweat and the integrated exhaust brake and trailer brake controller working in tandem is really fantastic. There is no jerking when the brakes are applied, the engine just purrs at 1400 rpm @ 60 miles per hour and rather than averaging 7.5-8.0 mpg the truck averaged over 13 mpg- 62% increase in mileage-Sweeet!
Interstate 80 follows the historical California Trail ...
... br> As we left Salt Lake City under sunny skies, we drove along the Great Salt Lake. We did not go in to take a close look, but snapped a few pictures as we drove by. In the same area, we stopped at a travel plaza that was a setting in the movie Dumb and Dumber . Then a little farther up the road we tried to see the Benson Grist Mill built in 1854. The mill sits in a restored area that was not yet opened for ...
... send Ben down there tomorrow to find some of his own.
Pork Roast for dinner, we have been
very spoiled here.
June 8th – Day 35
We both had another Chiropractic
visit in the morning. Things are on the improve so he gave us a
website to check out others on the journey. Then it was time to leave
Truckee and head to Winnemucca NV. It was ...
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 ...
... carrying the net that is used to capture the eggs that all float on the surface. Together they pull out the 1000 ft long net around the bloom, encircling it and squeezing it tighter and tighter until finally the eggs are vacuumed out of the water. Eventually the eggs are dehydrated and sold as fish food. I found the whole concept of commercial fishing on Salt Lake fascinating. Alas, I didn`t get any pictures of the brine, the eggs or the ...