Eureka Casino Resort
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... expensive than Las Vegas golf.
We are playing 4 courses while we are here, starting with Coyote Springs which we played Tuesday. This is a newer course designed by Jack Nicklaus that Mike wanted to play, so off we went:
It was a completly desolate drive passing near an Indian Reservation with nothing but
flat desert terrain as far as you could ...
... Virgin (an assembling of old crashed farm houses, a massive building containing
a restaurant and souvenir shop and ... well a jail, bank, hotel and
saloon :D). The souvenir shop was pretty interesting, as they sold everything from wild west clothing to bird feathers and barbie dolls. They also have an ice cream factory and since temperatures had already exceeded the 30°C mark, we allowed ourselves some yummi ...
... watch what I wished for...well it was HOT today! Rode thru the high desert of California stopped at a dealer enroute somewhere, Victorville right off rt 66 (honeslty don't know where we were) :) We rode across the Hoover Dam and back and then rode across the new highway bypass they built across it (you cannot see the dam from it). We visited and toured the inside of the dam back ...
... in 1880, who called it Mesquite Flat.
The community was finally established on the third attempt after having
been flooded out from the waters of the Virgin River. The name was
later shortened to Mesquite and the city was incorporated in May 1984.
... but Lin was a bit worried she'd get blown off! We'd had to make an eighty mile detour because of landslides on the road we wanted to take, so we set off a bit earlier than intended for Mesquite. We'd seen a place called the Prairie Dog pottery as we drove out, and stopped in the hope they might have a pot one to bring home. Afterwards, we thought ourselves lucky to get out in one ...