Winnemucca Days Inn
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... was a very far way down, and very deep. There were cars at the edge of the lake that looked like toys. The desert plays tricks on your eyes I suppose.
Our next stop was Bodie, California. This is a deserted ghost town which reached its heyday in the 1880s, succumbed to a fire in the early 1900s, and was completely evacuated by the 1930s. Apparently Bodie was famous for being a party town, and was a hot spot for drinking, bar fights, prostitution, murder, y'know, all that ...
... city was named after a 19th century Paiute chief who lived in the area. Basque immigrants tended sheep in the area beginning in the mid 19th century. The Central Pacific Railroad reached Winnemucca in 1868. The First National Bank was robbed by Butch Cassidy in 1900. The town is the home of the Buckaroo Hall of Fame and Heritage Museum.
So yes, the I-80 corridor is somewhat devoid of population centers but tomorrow we travel the even more desolate Highway 95 to Boise.
... see Rick and Deb
again so it was sad to wave them goodbye.
We stayed at New Frontier RV Park, 2
hours from Reno. It has a small casino attached and a work camp for
men, not sure what they are doing but I guess since it's Nevada it
would be mining. The rec area was the best so far. Good seating, 3
TVs set up in different places and a bookcase where found 4 books
to swap out with ones ...
... greedy ways. I found out my mom's sister, Trucella, passed away today. She had been sick for a long while and it was expected, does not make it any easier knowing my mom is going through this. I am glad my sister was able to fly with my mom down to visit Trucella, before she passed today. Mom was able to see and talk to her sister the other day and is with her now. Feeling a little bad that I won't be there, at the house - when my mom gets ...
... parking lot right outside our room. And when they were not on their bikes, they were outside their rooms yelling across the way to their biker friends. I am not sure we are going to sleep well tonight. But after this day, I sure hope the fatigue wins over the noise. Many of them are middle aged, so perhaps they will need their beauty sleep, too. If not, a good night’s rest will have to wait until Salt Lake CIty, tomorrow ...