Americas Best Value Inn Battle Mountain
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... respectable motel, the Big Chief. Funny how these little towns offer more in the room than the bigger ones. So far the motel at Alamosa and the Big Chief are both small towns and are the cheapest, but they are the only ones that provide fridge, microwave, laundry facilities and with good wifi. And clean and comfortable. The expensive motels have got **** wifi, no fridge or microwave. Go ...
... in California was pleasant as we traveled through pine forests, and even at the higher elevations over “Donner Pass” the scenery was enjoyable. However, entering the Nevada mountains the scenery changed to a brown and barren landscape, and the ride east became very boring. We stopped for the night in the town “Battle Mountain” at “Clark Park”. As we set up camp at 6:00 PM the temperature is 102 degrees.
... to Battle Mountain and established a townsite
to serve the Battle Mountain copper and gold mining district.
In 1874, the Nevada Legislature overrode the governor's veto and approved a railroad from Austin to ...
... realized it was just part of controlled burning land maintenance. We passed over an area that was once part of the pioneers Oregon Trail. It is unbelievable that wagons, cattle and people crossed this terrain. A gorgeous afternoon and early evening ride drops in Idaho Falls. Shower, a little Red Sox and good night John Boy! Sara was ready for the pillow two hours ...
... desolate desert and up to 10,000 feet mountain ranges.
Crossing it is a lesson in the power of nature and mans efforts to share or even tame it.
We traveled 250 miles today and passed through 3 towns.
One of them was the great town of Eureka. As we arrived the 4th July parade was about to start but we had to move on so ...