El Capitan Resort Casino
Travel Blogs from Hawthorne
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Until Later "Life Is Good"!
Jim and Kathy
... to. of course who wants a trooper to follow you 32 miles? told him we would be ok and he said he would check on me as he would be going that way in a few. we made it, to much stress for one day. my falt must say. well thats about all from this part of the world. will update tomorrow.
for those new to the blog, I don't capitalize much, to bad. later
... out the side window and noticed that the awning had come loose. We crawled a couple hundred yards to the exit and pulled into a closed gas station where, after some manual searching and my mechanical wizardry, we managed to reattach and secure it. Hmm...seems someone had the awning out and "forgot" to re-secure it. Oh the joys of being rookies.
The rest of the trip was ...
... Army Ammunition Depot, the world's largest facility of its kind, is the focal point of economic survival in Hawthorne, employing some 600 of the town's 4900 or so total inhabitants. At the beginning of the Gulf War in 1991, Hawthorne saw the huge16-inch gun barrels stored at its ammunition depot resurrected for service.
Hawthorne is located at the foot of Walker Lake, the terminus for the ...
... and checked the weather on the Internet we discovered that the bad weather to the west was moving in faster than anticipated. So after a quick lunch we took to the road again, this time abandoning our backup plan of taking Hwy #6 to Ely. We decided to make Hawthorne our destination. To reach there we needed to cross a high plateau adjacent to a significant mountain range. Not far into the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed